The campus is happy and unconventional, giving the impression of a college setting where students walk to meet their professors in their classrooms.
The 146 building houses the faculty/administrative offices.
The 148 building, known as the Loft, contains the student lounge as well as a large multi-purpose room that is used for music, movement, art shows, festivals, dances, recitals, and lectures.
The 154 building is the science building and houses the Chemistry/Physics and Biology science labs.
The 149 building is the place for humanities and art. The covered outdoor space is a beautiful gathering place for the students.
Classrooms are not limited to indoor space. A raised pavilion accommodates basketball, volleyball and other outdoor activities. An outdoor classroom and butterfly garden provide opportunities for teaching in a wooded environment. A small Tuscan garden and a thriving vegetable garden complete with bee hives and a chicken and goat barn round out the current campus.