Building the Future

As Collegiate School celebrates nearly 400 years of history, we are thrilled to be looking towards the future. We have seized the opportunity to build a campus specifically designed to nurture the growth of our students from boys to young men, and construction has begun at our new home at 301 Freedom Place South.

Collegiate’s future home is a beautifully designed nine-story building with almost 180,000 square feet of classroom, athletics, theater, music, art, library, dining, and administrative space. An increase of over 43,000 square feet from our former location, the building  includes state-of-the-art classrooms and science facilities, a regulation-size gym perfect for Friday night basketball games and all-school gatherings, a large courtyard, a 306-seat theater, a black box theater, gallery space for art exhibitions, and ample common spaces for informal student and teacher gatherings.

Collegiate’s new building, designed by Kohn Pederson Fox (KPF) and Studios Architecture, is filled with spaces that offer adaptability and flexibility for our community. Our boys have purposeful and creative spaces that strengthen the School’s current programs. From the multiple community gathering spaces, to the classrooms, as well as the arts and the athletic facilities, Collegiate’s new home is a place where our community comes together and wants to learn.
Together, we are building a campus that best serves the needs of our community while fostering Collegiate’s enduring values, culture, and tradition of excellent academic programming.