Our main campus is situated on five wooded acres with many beautiful gardens and is a lovely setting for the main school building, Founders Arts and Activities Building and Providence House.
The main classroom building includes eight classrooms, a life lab, library, and Haley Hall, in addition to housing our administrative offices. Primary, lower elementary and upper elementary levels each have their own wing with shared spaces serving as lunch rooms and activity areas. Science experiments and microscopes occupy the life lab area which also includes a complete kitchen for cooking and a greenhouse. The library, with more than 10,000 volumes, is maintained by a full-time librarian. The Founders Arts and Activities building contains an art studio, a music classroom and a half gym for physical education classes and after school programs. The toddler program occupies Providence House and The Loft.
Many outdoor activities take place in our amphitheater which was constructed by a past student as an Eagle Scout project. Three playgrounds serve our toddler, primary and elementary programs.
The middle school campus resides on 2.5 acres near downtown Lexington. It is comprised of two buildings. The first has six classrooms and a full commercial kitchen used by students for cooking and baking, while the second, our Community Center, is used for occasions when the entire school meets and/or participates in an activity. In addition, the main classroom building is over 100 years old and has a rich history in the central Kentucky area. The outdoors is a significant part of the classroom space and currently includes various fruit trees, blackberry plants, and plans for gardens. Students have designated areas of the property to raise and care for chickens and to care for bee hives. The space will continue to evolve as students identify other projects, crops, etc. that they would like to develop as part of their studies. The property also adjoins a city park where basketball, tennis, and baseball facilities are currently available.