Buildings on Campus
- The Great Hall: Built in the 1930s and renovated from 2000-2001, The Great Hall is the official name of the administration building, which contains the president’s office, the business and operations offices, the admissions office, the marketing communications office, advancement department, and the Great Hall (reception area).
- Corley Dining Hall: Named in honor of Sara Bush Corley, former trustee and benefactor, the building contains the dining room and kitchen on the first level and offices on the second floor.
- Huff Center: Named in honor of Walter Huff, trustee and benefactor, the Huff Center contains the main academic and guidance offices, the Director of Academics’ office, the Deans of Students’ offices, the Counseling’s office, the faculty work room, the Director of Athletics’ office, The Information Technology genius bar, the gymnasium, the wellness room, classrooms, the art room, and the Dinos Science Center.
- Kimbrell Hall: Built in 1991, this facility houses more academic classrooms, the Howard M. Wolf Memorial Learning Skills Center, Middle School classrooms, a 300-seat auditorium, the music room and the Rollins conference room.
- Sipple Hall: Built in 1988, Sipple Hall is the school’s dormitory. It includes an administrative office, common room, recreation room, and two senior annexes.
- Michelsen Cottage: Michelsen Cottage is resident faculty/staff home.
- Faculty Hall: Built in 1998, Faculty Hall houses 10 resident faculty/staff apartments.
- River House: Built in the 1970s, River House is the president’s home.