Constructed in 1980 the June McKnight Kindergarten Center is a two-story building with four spacious classrooms, each equipped with restrooms. The lower level serves as the elementary library, bell choir rehearsal area, and large meeting area for various assemblies. A dynamic playground system exists behind the building and serves the kindergarten and elementary populations.
Grades one through six meet for instruction in the original church building. Fourteen classrooms on three levels house the elementary students for instruction. A computer lab, music room, art room, and special education classrooms are an integral part of the facility. The nurses’ office, teacher work rooms, and sanctuary are located in the elementary building, also.
High School Building
Completed in 1973, this facility houses approximately 250 students in grades seven through twelve. A spacious and full library and a regulation size gymnasium exist in addition to fourteen classrooms. A computer lab with thirty PC’s serves as the technology instruction center for the high school. The administrative offices find their home in this bustling facility of learning and activities. The gymnasium converts into the fine arts performance area for concerts, dramatic productions and commencement activities.
The capital improvement plan called Vision21 will bring all academic instruction out of the current church/elementary building. The new building will be the home for students in grades five through twelve and a renovated high school building will become the primary center for grades one through four.