The Campus

This campaign will enable campus improvements that will create the flow of learning, recreational, and social experiences that CA has always been destined to offer.

With the recent re-acquisition of Toad Hall and surrounding land, CA now occupies 27 acres in the heart of one of the most historic towns in the United States. People and events in Concord have inspired and continue to define American history and culture. CA is proud and fortunate to be embedded in our hometown’s thriving life.

Now, the CA community has the opportunity to unify our unique campus, and to secure the school’s identity in this celebrated location.

A new performing arts facility will be the centerpiece of this progress. The arts, we know, are about many things—creative expression, provocative questions, touching the soul. The arts are that rare human invention through which individual and communal experience meet, stimulate, and awaken. These ideals are at the heart of CA. In all that takes place in this new building, they will thrive.

Philanthropic investments in the CA campus will:

  • Make possible a new facility for interdisciplinary and dynamic learning in the arts, with spaces designed for rehearsal, collaboration, exploration, and performance.
  • Allow repurposing of existing spaces to expand programming, unlocking a seamless flow for studying, living, and socializing across campus.
  • Deliver on our mission to open students’ eyes to the beauty of the natural landscape and their responsibility as stewards for the future.
  • Energize and unify the entire CA campus, with the Chapel at its center—exactly where it belongs.

Current View

This layout shows CA’s Main Campus today. What started in 1922 with one house, which served the school’s every purpose, is now a thriving 27 acres of 24/7 living and learning. The recent development of the Moriarty Athletic Campus only a mile down the road has further expanded CA’s possibilities. A defining moment has arrived to realize a vision that has been decades in the making.

The Concord Academy Centennial Campaign
Elizabeth B. Hall Chapel Toad Hall Lower Field Middle Field Upper Field Student Health & Athletic Center Wheeler Lee Math & Arts Center 242 Main St. Ides Belknap Phelps 220 Main St. 228 Main St. Parking Parking Parking West Gate Academy Garden Munroe Hobson Haines Bailey Commons Aloian Admadjaja Gooding Operations & Maintenance Barn CA Labs Bradford Student-Faculty Center Performing Arts Center Moriarty Athletic Campus (One Mile South) Main School Building

Elizabeth B. Hall Chapel

Toad Hall

Lower Field

Middle Field

Upper Field

Student Health & Athletic Center

Wheeler

Lee

Math & Arts Center

242 Main St.

Ides

Belknap

Phelps

220 Main St.

228 Main St.

Parking

Parking

Parking

West Gate

Academy Garden

Munroe

Hobson

Haines

Bailey Commons

Aloian

Admadjaja

Gooding

Operations & Maintenance Barn

CA Labs

Bradford

Student-Faculty Center

Performing Arts Center

Moriarty Athletic Campus (One Mile South)

Main School Building

Proposed View

This campaign will transform CA, unfurling new learning, social, and recreational spaces across one half of its landscape. Ides and 220 Main Street will be relocated to form an Academy Village for faculty and staff housing. A new facility will rise to meet our urgent academic needs in the visual and performing arts. The Academy Garden and a new campus lawn will enhance CA’s natural green space. And, as CA has always done, existing spaces will take on new purposes, evolving with CA. Together, these changes will unify the CA campus, placing the Chapel at its physical center.

The Concord Academy Centennial Campaign
Academy Village Potential Building Site New West Gate Potential Building Site Potential Building Site Parking Campus Lawn Academy Garden New Performing Arts Center Parking Ides 220 Main St.

Academy Village

Potential Building Site

New West Gate

Potential Building Site

Potential Building Site

Parking

Campus Lawn

Academy Garden

New Performing Arts Center

Parking

Ides

220 Main St.

Get Involved

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