In January 2016, the Board of Trustees approved a comprehensive, long-range campus master plan which will serve as the guide for the transformation of the Country School campus over the next several decades. It outlines priorities and possibilities that will be further defined during a phased implementation over the next 10 to 20 years.
Throughout Country School’s history, the community has supported several capital improvement plans to enable the school to grow and meet the changing needs of its students. The most recent long-range plan was developed by a Master Planning Task Force comprised of faculty, administrators, trustees and parents
. Their charge was to holistically examine how the school can best support existing and future programs and have the greatest positive impact on the complete education of our students.
Drawing on input from community Vision Forums, a facility assessment, space utilization studies, prior master plans, program subject studies, parent and alumni surveys, and peer review, four themes became the guiding principles for the long-range plan: Maintain academic excellence; Stay true to the culture and mission of Country School; Foster community; Reinforce the connection to nature