Jackson Hole Classical Academy, a private K-12 school in Jackson, Wyoming, is building a permanent campus.
The Jackson Hole News & Guide reports that construction plans include classroom space for a lower school and an upper school, an administrative building and a dining hall.
Earlier this year, school leaders moved ahead with construction of a new athletic facility that is available for community use.
“The permanent campus will provide an environment that nurtures student learning at the Academy,” said Peter Baldwin, president of AMDG Architects. “We believe that this design will communicate the warmth, encouragement, wonder, harmony, beauty, rootedness and love of the outdoors that students and staff pursue every day."
The Classical Academy moved to its current location in 2019 and established instructional space in modular buildings. About 125 students are enrolled in the school, which employs more than 40 faculty and staff.