Flint Hill’s 50-acre campus is comprised of two age-appropriate academic facilities in suburban Washington, DC. Each campus was constructed with Flint Hill’s innovative instructional style in mind to include large, open spaces and to encourage interaction and participation among our students. All School spaces are wireless to support our 1:1 technology program and help students stay connected throughout the school day.
Lower and Middle School Campus (JK-8)
Flint Hill’s original campus is now home to the Lower and Middle Schools. The campus includes the historic Miller House, the Hazel Academic Center, the 300-seat Olson Theater, athletic fields and a gymnasium, music and art studios and science labs. Students move to the 35-acre Upper School Campus in Ninth Grade.
Upper School Campus (9-12)
Built from the ground up with our program in mind, the Upper School Campus is a 130,000-square-foot contemporary academic building with a soaring, open atrium and staircases. Like an interior campus quad, the atrium is a vibrant hub for School life. The atrium is surrounded by dedicated academic wings, science labs, a two-story library, art studios, a fitness center, and multiple athletic fields.
Athletics and Arts Facilities
Athletics facilities include a state-of-the-art turf field; eight tennis courts; fields for football, soccer, baseball, softball, lacrosse and field hockey; a 400-meter rubber composite track; a cross-country course; a fitness center and two full-sized gyms.
Fine Arts facilities include the 300-seat Olson Theater, a dance studio with sprung floor, music studios, visual arts studios with natural lighting, ceramics studio with wheels and kilns, darkroom facilities and digital arts studios.