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K-12 Furniture

We don’t make K-12 school furniture as part of what we do. It’s the only thing we do.

We design for young minds. With a century of experience, we’ve learned what makes pre-K-12 education different from any other environment (spoiler alert: quite a lot), and have made it our business to cater to those unique qualities. About Smith System

News: Smith System® is now part of the Steelcase® family of brands!

All new movement optional seating.

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Little Kids Talk Life On Our Cameras

Enjoy These Candid Moments from a Smith System Video Shoot. What do little-ish kids really think about life? We interviewed them, on camera. Smith System is pleased…
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Employee Spotlight–Meet Chalew Mekuria

Welcome to Employee Spotlight. For this edition of our Employee Spotlight series, get to know Chalew Mekuria. “Chalew started working on the Smith System Team…
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Transforming Older Schools into Modern Learning Spaces

“Leave no classroom behind,” could be the motto for Center Grove Community School Corporation. Case in point: What began as furnishing a single, newly built…
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Esports: Creating Spaces That Turn Gaming Fun into Learning

The meteoric rise in high school esports shows it’s much more than child’s play. Esports has blossomed into a hot topic of conversation for its legit learning,…
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Reconfigure and Retrofit: Creating Safer Post-COVID Classrooms

Some teachers remain reluctant to take learning outside. They worry students will lose focus. But as researcher Ming Kuo said, “You can add as much instructional…
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Employee Spotlight–Meet Elizabeth Leonard

Welcome to Employee Spotlight. We are happy to focus on an employee that is making a positive impact on Smith System and all of her colleagues. You have probably…
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Outside Classrooms: Even Small Doses Can Help Counter Nature-Deficit Disorder

Some teachers remain reluctant to take learning outside. They worry students will lose focus. But as researcher Ming Kuo said, “You can add as much instructional…
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Virtual Reality in the Classroom

Imagine a student so viscerally immersed in learning that it’s dizzying. Literally. That’s the power of using virtual reality in the classroom, and it’s capturing…
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