The Main Building was the barn of the farm bought by Mrs. Emmet. Inside are the Big Room, the Dining Room, administrative offices, and classroom space. In a connected wing are the College and Career Counseling office, the Student Lounge, the Eurythmy Studio, the Jazz Room, and a Photography Studio.
The Science and Technology building was built in 2003, and houses classrooms and state-of-the-art laboratories. In these well-equipped spaces our students take block and track courses designed to prepare them for the 21st-century world.
The Library is next to the Main Building. Home to a traditional library, the building also houses four classrooms for math, English, and world languages. On week nights Study Hall is held in the Library.
High Mowing's two dormitories are home to nearly 70 boarding students. High Mowing was founded when Beulah Emmet converted her family country home into a boarding school. Now, well into the 21st century, that home-like atmosphere still exists.
There are many stand-alone buildings and student spaces around our campus. From the Chapel to the Cabin, these spaces are all unique facets of the High Mowing experience.
Rolling lawns and lush gardens fill the spaces between our buildings and dormitories. Our land-based programs are based in our local landscape, and many of our academic blocks and track classes likewise draw upon our surroundings for inspiration and context.