The front entrance of the School welcomes our girls each morning.
Our state-of-the-art Theatre is located directly off of the front lobby of the School. It was completed in 2016 and hosts school plays, musicals, concerts, and dance shows. The 300-seat Theatre frequently holds school meetings and speaker series.
Seen here is the hallway out of the main lobby. Student artwork lines the hallways throughout the year and all arts students showcase their work at our All School Arts Night in the spring.
Many Upper School classes are held in the main building of campus. Here we see an example of one of the science classrooms, with faculty member Noelle Tudor Vasquez '06 working with her students on a biology lab.
The Upper School art studio is located on the ground floor of the main building. Students have the opportunity to take classes in studio art, digital design and film, and art history.
The Dining Hall is also located on the ground floor of the main building.
Upper School students take advantage of the outdoor space to shoot some fall foliage pictures.
A lacrosse player warms up on Gryphon Field, one of the school's two playing fields. Students have the opportunity to play on sports teams in middle school, all the way through high school varsity.
Back inside, we can see one of the Upper School classrooms. Our classroom spaces are innovative and flexible, with active learning furniture installed in all classrooms.
Students rehearse in our music room. This is where our girls get the opportunity to participate in instrumental and choral music. These groups perform throughout the year at winter and spring concerts, as well as morning meetings and liturgical services.
Upper School students walk through the third floor hallway. At one end of the hallway is the music room. At the other end is the Maureen Alison McGrath '78 Memorial Library.
Students working in the Maureen Alison McGrath '78 Memorial Library. This library is a studious space with natural lighting where students can spend their free periods studying. The active learning furniture encourages focused collaboration.
Students can also work at quiet desk spaces in the Maureen Alison McGrath '78 Memorial Library. The library houses 11,712 volumes that girls can borrow for schoolwork and for pleasure.
There are several classroom spaces adjoining the library for smaller classes and group study spaces. The students seen here are working in a separate study space, located above the front entrance of the School.
Students walk through from the lobby up toward the Mansion. Above the lobby is the Maureen Alison McGrath '78 Memorial Library, with a study and lounge space outside the entrance.
The Mansion is the hub for our Sr. Jean Marie O'Meara Middle School.
Our middle school girls participate in one-to-one iPad and laptop programs, keeping pace in flipped classrooms. They have access to the latest educational technologies, including state-of-the-art lab tools and personalized software for studying world languages.
The School's second art room is in the center of the Mansion and contains plenty of workspace and natural light for our Middle School students to enjoy art class.
While many classes are held in the main building, some classes will be in the Field House and the Design Studio. This allows students the opportunity to get some fresh air on their walk to class and arrive alert and focused.
Students walk through the garden and past the Mansion to their next class.
Students head from the Mansion to the Field House.
Upper School girls enter the field house for gym class. The 22,000-square-foot field house contains a gymnasium, dance studio, athletic training room, fitness room, locker rooms, and student commons.
Varsity Volleyball celebrates their Homecoming win in the 11,000-square-foot Kelly Gymnasium.
Students rehearse in the dance studio located in the Field House.
Upper School students walk to the Design Studio. Located on the southwest corner of campus, the Design Studio has a 3D printer, laser cutter, thermoformer, 3D milling machine, and more for producing prototypes.
Students work in the Design Studio. The Design Studio has classroom and work space for the Engineering, Architecture and Design for the Common Good program, along with other STEM courses.
A 3D printer located in the Design Studio printing a student project.
Students enter the school through the mansion entrance.
The mansion entrance.