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Our stunning campus, with a physical plant valued at $44 million sits on 28 acres in the heart of Winston-Salem. Known as the Reynolda Corridor, the tree-lined Reynolda Road is home to Wake Forest University, the Reynolda House Museum of American Art and Reynolda Gardens, the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), Graylyn International Conference Center, and Summit School.

COVID has caused us to reconfigure our campus to accommodate in person learning. As it turned out, some of the changes we made resulted in a better student experience, so we've decided to make those temporary changes more permanent. As a result, our map is s little out of date. We are working to update this map and the names of buildings to reflect these changes.

campus map watercolor

Original watercolor by Betsy McNeer, Summit School Librarian

Legend

Main Entrance
Johnston Dining Room for Young Children
Arts & Technology Building
Music Wing
Triad Academy at Summit School
Main Dining Hall
4th and 5th Grade Classrooms & Agora
Miranda World Languages Center
Lewis Science Center
Hopkins Theatre
Upper School Classrooms
Library and CEI
Eagles' Nest Gym
Athletic Center
2nd and 3rd Grade Classrooms--LEED Certified
1st Grade Classrooms
Early Childhood Classrooms

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Main Building: Admissions, Development and Business
main building
The Main Building houses our Admission, Development and Business offices. You'll also find The Nest, our school store. It is also the main entrance to our Early Childhood classrooms and our Nurses' Office. It is one of the original school buildings. Constructed in 1945 based on a design from the Museum of Modern Art in New York City with a sawtooth ceiling designed for optimal lighting.
Johnston Dining Room for Young Children
Anne Johnston Dining Room for Young Children
Seated dining for children ages 3 to Second Grade. Hot meals served by FLIK Dining. The spaced was named in honor of former Associate Head Anne Coggan Johnston.
Arts & Technology Building
Arts & Technology Building
Constructed in 2009, our Arts & Technology building houses our black box theatre, a TV and radio production studio, a digital music studio, studio art classrooms, music practice rooms, a photography studio, and a design studio/maker space.
Music Wing
Music Wing

Added onto the Main Building in 1968, this wing is constructed with interior risers and an acoustically designed ceiling.

Triad Academy at Summit School
Triad Academy building
As a nationally accredited Orton-Gillingham program, we're committed to helping students overcome the challenges of print-based reading and written language difficulties. Students in the Triad division blossom into self-assured creative thinkers, problem solvers, and vibrant lifelong learners.We are one of two schools in North Carolina, and one of only 16 in the U.S. to receive the Orton-Gillingham Academy accreditation.
Main Dining Hall
Dining Hall building
Seated dining for grades three and up. Salad bar, soup bar, panini bar and hot lunches A variety of beverages to choose from. Students eat with grade levels.
4th & 5th Grade Classrooms and Agora 
4th & 5th Grades Agora
In ancient times an agora was a meeting place for the citizens for community activities. The Agora in the 4th/5th grade building is designed as a flexible teaching and learning space. Students may be found working in small groups on projects, classwork, or enrichment activities.
Miranda World Languages
Class learning about China
Built in 1985 and with the wing named for Juliette Miranda, former French teacher, we teach Spanish, French, Latin, and Mandarin Chinese for grades 6-9. In Junior Kindergarten - Grade 5, all students take Spanish and a teacher comes to those homerooms.
Lewis Science Center
Lewis Science building

Built in 1976 and named for former Head of School Doug Lewis. Four classrooms and a central lab-prep corridor. Greenhouses behind with vegetable beds and sometimes chickens!

Hopkins Theatre
Loma Hopkins Theatre

350-seat theatre, full backstage area and dressing rooms. Used for upper School morning assembly, 9th grade speeches and major performances. Named in honor of former music teacher Loma Hopkins. A pottery studio is attached.

Upper School Classrooms
Upper School classroom
The majority of classrooms for grades 6 - 9 are in this building.
Library
Library building

The Summit library has 45,000 volumes. It was built in 1998.The three story building has study/teaching areas (with cozy gas fireplaces!) on each level.

Eagles' Nest Gym
Eagles' Nest Gym

This beautiful wood floored, traditional gym was built in 1974. It is used for daily physical education classes and athletics.

Athletic Center
Athletic Center

The Summit Athletic Center includes 3 basketball courts, a fitness facility, a dance/aerobics studio, a gymnastics studio, and a track. It is also used for all-school assemblies.

2nd & 3rd Grades Building
2nd & 3rd Grades Building

Completed in 2008, this building is Silver LEED certified. The spacious classrooms are filled with natural light.

First Grade Building
First Grade Building

Overlooking gardens and the playground, our first graders enjoy a large, comfortable space with plenty of natural light--perfect for their first year with a "real desk."

Early Childhood Building
Early Childhood Building

Our early childhood classrooms are furnished with carefully chosen equipment and resources for teaching young children and we think they are the best kindergarten spaces anywhere. All classrooms have a second-level loft that serves as a playhouse, office, or anything the children can imagine together.