Six academic buildings house discipline-specific classrooms: Frank C. Hackett Hall includes Middle School classrooms, the two-story Roger B. Boocook library, the Math and Writing Centers, and the Learning Research Team suite. The 9/10 Building is home to the history, English, and math departments. William C. W. Mow Hall contains the language and theater departments, administrative offices, and the Jeslo Harris Theater. The Weinstein Science Building and Science Annex provide laboratories for Middle and Upper School students and a lecture hall. The Linda M. Lindenbaum Arts Center has studios for drawing, painting, photography, ceramics, and other mediums, a maker lab for design and engineering projects, and rehearsal spaces for choral, orchestra, jazz, and band ensembles.
Athletes practice and compete right on campus. Outdoor facilities include three full-size playing fields and three tennis courts (four more are at the River Campus). The Aquatic Center was completed in 2017 and houses a six-lane 25-meter pool and locker rooms. The Marc A. Zambetti ’80 Athletic Center contains a 9,600-square-foot gymnasium, a practice gymnasium, a fitness center, a fencing room, a team meeting room, and locker rooms.
The RJR Johnson Student Center is the hub of the Middle and Upper Schools, offering bright, airy spaces for talking, meeting, and eating, and an outdoor balcony overlooking Van Cortlandt Park and featuring cafe-style tables. Jones Lawn, located in front of Mow, is a gathering place in warm weather for class discussions, studying, and conversation. Homecoming festivities and graduation are held under a tent on Frankel Field.
Historic Vinik Hall is home to the Admission and Development offices. A carriage house south of Vinik contains the Finance Office and the Infant and Toddler Center.