Carden Arbor View School Develops STEAM Education Building [dedicated]


Carden Arbor View School, a private, non-sectarian school serving kindergarten through eighth grades in Upland, will set a new track to support its future in education.

Celebrating its 35th anniversary this year, Carden Arbor View School announced an ambitious new fundraising program to bring an intersection of science, technology, math and the arts to its students.

The STEAM Center (with STEAM standing for ​Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) will add more than 2,000 feet of computer and science lab space, new computers and technology, and an art classroom.

Camden Arbor View School ‘s STEAM Center Campaign aims to raise $1 million by the end of 2018.

The Center would build on the Carden philosophy of allowing students to learn about their world and prepare for the future in a learning environment of community and support and offering foreign language class, drama, afterschool programs and more.



“This campaign allows our current families to do what others before us have done for our children. Investing in the future of our school by continuing to build upon the solid foundation created by those who came before us is indeed the STEAM behind the momentum to our children’s future,” said Michael Sego, parent and Board of Trustees member of Carden Arbor View School. 

During the quiet part of the fundraising campaign, donors have already given $200,000 for the cause.

“We are grateful to our donors’ support during the quiet phase of the campaign and know the public phase will deliver impressive results,” said Terri DiMarco, director of advancement.  “We are so grateful for the support and thank all the donors for their generosity and investment in Carden Arbor View’s future.”


For more information about supporting ​the STEAM Center Campaign​, contact Terri DiMarco in the Advancement Office at (909) 982-9919. Carden Arbor View School is located at 1530 N. San Antonio Avenue, Upland, CA 91786.  Learn more about the school at ​