- Grades 6-12
- Students 325
HMFH created a master plan to analyze campus needs and develop solutions for this 325-student middle and high school campus. Working with the goals outlined in the school’s strategic plan, HMFH’s master plan for the campus examined the growth spurred by enrollment options as well as different options for a new middle school and expansion of fine and performing arts and science and technology programs.
The first phase of the master plan implementation is a Global Learning Center addition to the main academic building. This technology-rich facility is designed to connect students with cultures from around the world. Eager to maintain Providence Country Day’s (PCD) close-knit community as they gradually expand their student population, the school asked HMFH to explore a range of options for growth. The school anticipated constructing new classroom space, a new dining hall and a performance space. The existing campus is composed of several buildings, each in a unique style. The Master Plan was designed to create a more unified campus appearance for the future.