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Capital Projects

Langley Campus

Langley works to enhance our physical spaces and resources to support the work of our faculty and to create the best possible learning environment for our students. To that end, we have identified various projects where philanthropic support can be targeted to an area of interest and where we can prominently recognize your gift to the school.

Landscaping on The Green

Funding Goal: $1,035,000

The grassy courtyard in front of the Crossroads Building – which was created following the demolition of the former library and Arts and Science building – has completely transformed the entire campus into a more open and welcoming environment. Over summer 2023, we will further enhance this area to include outdoor classroom space, an amphitheater, and open green space for student play.

  • Courtyard Plaza $500,000
  • Amphitheater $500,000
  • Theater Seating (Three Rows) $25,000
  • Patio Bricks $10,000

Jeffrey J. Sherman Arts Center Upgrades

Funding Goal: $150,000

The auditorium in the Jeffrey J. Sherman Arts Center is home to year-round theater and musical performances, as well as many assemblies and events. The upgraded sound and light boards and new lighting equipment will allow us to continue sharing high-quality presentations and providing students with professional experiences (both on stage and behind the scenes). Gifts in support of the auditorium will be recognized on the Sherman donor wall. Gifts of $25,000 or greater will include a star plaque in the Sherman Café.

Sherman Café Dining Room Chairs

Funding Goal: $20,000

The Sherman Café is a casual space for students and faculty to enjoy lunch daily. We will be replacing the dining room chairs in 2023 to refresh the look and feel of our café.

Crossroads Building

Funding Goal: $1,900,000

As the final component of Langley’s campus master plan, this 40,000-square-foot-building serves the entire community and has already become a gathering spot and focal point of the campus, hosting assemblies, receptions, guest authors, the Book Fair, and daily classes. Students and teachers across divisions fill its colorful light-filled rooms and hallways with joyful learning and a collaborative spirit. 

  • Multipurpose Room: $1,000,000
  • Lower Stairwell: $500,000
  • Library and Innovation Center Office: $100,000
  • Primary School Classroom: $100,000 (Two Classrooms Available)
  • Crossroads Pantry: $100,000

For information about naming the building, contact Head of Development  Ricki Marion.

Pirro Studios

Funding Goal: $550,000

Pirro Studios is home to Langley’s art and STEAM curriculum, and includes three art classrooms and a fabrication lab (“Fab Lab”). Students across all grades work in this space, and it also serves as a home for our robotics club.

  • Pirro FAB Lab: $250,000
  • Pirro Studios Classroom: $100,000 (Three Classrooms Available)


All gifts can be structured over a five-year period. Contact Head of Development Ricki Marion if you would like to learn more about these opportunities.