The David E. Howe Administration Building was originally constructed in the early 1960s and served the school faithfully as a classroom space and, more recently, as the administrative center of the school. Unfortunately, degradation of some of the materials in the building led to health and comfort issues for our employees. Therefor, on Monday, we started the process of replacing the building with a new facility. The new David E. Howe Administration Building will be a two story separate structure and will house the Admissions Office and Head of School. Plans are being finalized by Imai Keller Moore who previously served the school in the design of the Fountain Arts Building and Gillespie Hall.