Adam Aldous, Waterford Class of '10 captures a bird's-eye view of the Waterford School campus on a beautiful fall day.
At the Waterford School, physical facilities do more than simply keep students safe and warm. They are a crucial educational tool, a reflection of our culture and values, and an integral part of our long-term mission. The integrated campus nestled at the base of the Wasatch Mountains is not only inspiring, but is capable of supporting Waterford's faculty, students and curriculum. We believe it is impossible to teach science effectively without labs and classrooms equipped with the right technology; or develop a strong music program without appropriate performance venues and practice facilities. As a result, Waterford's remarkable campus embraces and strengthens the link between well-designed facilities and academic excellence. For a close-up view of Waterford, schedule a personalized campus tour here.
The campus is currently comprised of 41 acres and 10 buildings totaling 250,000 square feet, and can be found in Sandy, UT at the base of the Wasatch Mountains. With six world class ski resorts within 30 minutes, five National Parks in the state, a booming economy, and innovative higher education resources, the Wasatch Front is an ideal, inspiring and energetic location to foster excellence in effort and education.
Lower School Building (includes library, gym, science, music, art, and computer labs); Humanities Building (includes Assembly Room); Science Building; Mathematics Building (includes library); Dining Hall; Institute Research Building (includes photography darkrooms and digital photography lab); Visual Arts Building; Performing Arts Building (which includes a Concert Hall, performance, ensemble and practice rooms, two dance studios, and a black box theater).
Two gymnasiums, two soccer and lacrosse fields, baseball field, weight training room, and additional informal athletic fields.
Student Computer Labs (5 Macintosh Labs, 1 IBM compatible lab, 2 Macintosh digital photo labs) as well as computers in both libraries; 150 total student computers; 20 servers.
The campus master plan includes several additional buildings to be constructed in the future, including a Science Building, Dining Hall, Gymnasium, Humanities Building, Performance Hall, and Library.
A campus map is available here.