Every Square Foot is
a Learning Opportunity
The perfect setting to explore lessons about ecology and sustainability.
The hub of activity for the Buildings and Grounds staff.
Nine tennis courts.
Nine tennis courts sit behind Stony Run.
Six practice fields.
40-foot climbing structure.
Arena, utility and auxiliary gymnasiums, swimming pool, athletic training, wrestling, and weight rooms.
The Redmond C.S. Finney Athletic Center includes the athletic arena, utility and auxiliary gymnasiums, a full-size, 25-yard swimming pool, athletic training room, wrestling room, weight room, locker rooms, and laundry facilities, as well as meeting space.
The Old Gym, because of its acoustics, is affectionately called "The Thunder Dome."
All-school convocations and other special events are held in the Finney Arena.
Twenty-one on-campus residences.
Home to the Middle School, grades six through eight.
The John M.T. Finney Hall is the hub of Middle School learning. Students also use other buildings on campus.
An active schedule with plenty of time for movement is a hallmark of the Gilman Middle School.
The School's formal gathering and performance space.
Upper School daily assemblies are held in the Alumni Auditorium.
Broadway meets Baltimore in the annual spring musical.
Six contemporary classrooms and four modern scientific laboratories.
"Physics Experiment" is a welded stainless steel sculpture created by David Hess '82. The hollow piece rotates from a single point, moving with student movements in the stairwell.
The 48 panels on the Science Building roof were installed in September 2011.
The campus centerpiece, home to the Upper School, grades nine through 12.
All-school convocations are held in the Finney Center Arena.
Carey Hall has several common spaces for the boys, including north and south terraces off the central Common Room and the adjacent Harris Terrace and Lawn.
Completed in 1910, Carey Hall reopened in late 2007 after extensive renovation. The interior fully supports modern technology and teaching methods.
Lecture hall, 10 large classrooms, 500-seat dining hall, and more.
The Lumen Center houses the dining hall, used by all students grades two and above, and the campus health center.
The Lumen Center green roof lasts longer, provides cooling cost savings, mitigates urban heat island effects, and may reduce requirements for storm water management systems.
Home to the Lower School, grades kindergarten through five.
Callard Hall includes 16 homerooms, an art studio, two computer labs, a media center, a multi-purpose room, two science rooms, resource classrooms, and the William Passano Library.
Installed in 2016, 288 solar panels grace the roof of the Lower School.
An adult shakes hands with each boy as he enters school every morning.
Fields available for lacrosse, baseball, football, track, and soccer.
Anchored by Alexander Sotir Stadium, playing fields - considered outdoor classrooms - are available for lacrosse, baseball, football, track, and soccer.
The Class of 1976 Turf in Sotir Stadium is the site of interscholastic competition, physical education classes, and recess.
The state-of-the-art turf field is lined for use by football, lacrosse, and soccer.