The Think Tank is an inviting space where students of all ages come to dream, brainstorm, and collaborate.
The Innovation Lab, with rearrangable seating for more than 50 students, is the place to prototype, build, test, and design.
The Robotics Lab houses two practice tables as well as dozens of blue-tooth motorized LEGO robots, LEGO engineering software, moon-bots, and a mock lunar-landscape.
The James L. Marks III Early Childhood Center provides a cutting-edge learning environment for our four- and five-year-olds.
The Green Bay Atrium area serves as a crossroads of activity—a place where Upper and Lower School Community Meetings are held and small performances are presented.
The 15,000-volume library includes subscriptions to several print periodicals, a professional library for faculty and a parenting library for LFCDS families.
The School's two art classrooms are located adjacent to the LFCDS Atrium, and provide abundant spaces to work on projects as well as a ceramics/3-D art room and kiln. The Onwentsia gallery, located between the two classrooms, offers an excellent opportunity to showcase student artwork.
The main athletic facilities consist of two gyms, one of which is equipped with a climbing wall and locker rooms. Four outdoor playing fields accommodate our soccer, football, field hockey, baseball, softball, and lacrosse teams.
The Greene Outdoor Labratory provides students an opportunity to study nature and earth science in an interactive setting.
The Robbie Bermingham Greenhouse, located just to the right of our courtyard (used for our beautiful outdoor graduation ceremonies), allows students to learn the importance of caring for plant life.
The School maintains separate, age-appropriate playgrounds for our ECC, Lower School, and Upper School students.
Our bright and attractive lunchroom with salad bar offers hot, family-style meals to students and faculty, provided by Handcut Foods.