Christ Church Episcopal School reveals expansion with new Campus Master Plan
Greenville, SC private K-12 school Christ Church Episcopal School has revealed its Campus Master Plan, which includes the addition of new facilities to campus, updates to traffic flow and pedestrian accessibility, and the purchase 22 acres to update and expand its campus.
“This is about enhancing the program and quality of life on campus for faculty, staff, the student body and even visitors,” says Cary Weekes, CCES Board of Trustees, Immediate Past Chair.
The $110 million plan, which has been in the works since as early as September 2017, hopes to transform the campus-feel “into that of a small college” by adding new facilities to 245 Cavalier Dr., improving the traffic flow and pedestrian accessibility, and by purchasing land to update and expand its campus.
Watch the virtual tour above and keep reading for what’s planned.
Academic and wellness spaces
- A 22,000-sqft Technology, Innovation, Design, and Entrepreneurship (TIDE) Center for middle and upper school students featuring a plaza cafe and elevated walkway
- A wellness center with a cafeteria, exercise facilities for community members, studio classes, and health and wellness classes
- A 90,000-sqft athletic complex with two gymnasiums, a strength and conditioning facility, a training room, wrestling room, and dedicated locker space
- A multi-sport, field sports stadium
- A cross country course
- New baseball and tennis facilities
- Improved field hockey, lacrosse, and practice fields
- New main entrance for all divisions on Cavalier Drive
- New loop road connecting full campus with sidewalks — making the core campus fully pedestrian-friendly
- New south entry on Mauldin Road
- Additional carpool lane on the loop road to lower and middle schools
Immediate next steps will be reviewed by a committee of staff, board members, and volunteers, but once the first phase of construction begins, it will take about two years to complete.
Learn more about CCES’ master plan, the process (including FAQs), and the people involved.