The school takes seriously our effort to tread lightly on the earth, and we view our spacious campus environment as, perhaps, our longest-serving teacher. The school moved to its present campus in 1994. The design of the campus is inspired by the layout of an African village.
Some but not all of the campus is handicapped accessible. Our learning facilities include an indoor multi-purpose sports hall, a sports field, a modern theater for assemblies and performances, a languages center, two libraries, two Art rooms, a black box drama classroom, well-equipped Science Labs, a music room, a running trail, many flowering and indigenous trees to study beneath, a few special education needs facilities including a sensory room, and an early years garden and space for our chickens and rabbits.
All classrooms are equipped with Chromecast screens and wifi.