A Unique Atmosphere
Woodlawn's 61-acre campus offers students a unique, scenic atmosphere which enhances their learning experiences. The southeastern quarter of the campus contains the historic 1836 Woodlawn home, as well as the two original classroom buildings (renovated in 2002 from the home's outbuildings). Two additional small classroom buildings were built over the next 3 years. In 2007, our first capital campaign led to the construction of an upper school building and a gymnasium. In 2010, a second campaign allowed us to build a classroom building and multipurpose building. A barn built in 1910 still stands on the eastern edge of the campus, while the remainder of the property is forested, with a small stream flowing east toward the Rocky River.
Our Master Plan
In 2002, Woodlawn partnered with MBAJ Architecture to create a master site plan for the campus. In 2006 and again in 2012, we updated this plan with architects from Adams and Associates in Mooresville. The plan includes multiple classroom buildings, amphitheater, gymnasiums, track & field complex, and athletic fields. Woodlawn takes pride in maintaining its historic buildings and grounds. Our campus is sure to change in future years as we grow, but we will always strive to keep in harmony with Woodlawn's natural surroundings and historical legacy.