Representing the final component of our 10-year campus master plan, the nearly 40,000-square-foot Crossroads Building will benefit Langley's community in the following ways:
PRIMARY SCHOOL: The building will become home to our Primary School, ensuring our youngest students have an ideal environment for learning, including a music classroom and stage designed specifically for our your artists.
FIFTH GRADE: It will feature a dedicated learning environement for our fifth-graders, complete with breakout areas and flexible collaborative spaces, to help them bond and grow as leaders in what is a pivoal year of independence.
LIBRARY: It will house an upgraded Library and Innovation Center to provide our students with the tools they need to develop critical 21st century skills.
MULTIPURPOSE SPACE: The building will also include a large multipurpose space to support the thriving Leopard Cubs program, indoor recess, assemblies, and other community events.
COURTYARD: In addition, the building will frame a large courtyard where we are planning community events for the upcoming 2022-2023 academic year.
The addition of the Crossroads Building has allowed Langley to transform the former Primary School space into what will be known as Pirro Studios, a dedicated home for our innovative STEAM program, which will feature three art classrooms and a fabrication lab.
By seamlessly incorporating science, technology, engineering, art, and math into Langley's curriculum, our students become creative, innovative thinkers and problem-solvers who build critical-thinking skills, perseverance, and confidence as they develop creative solutions to real-world problems.
"Each year at Langley, we have marveled at how the faculty manages to tailor their teaching perfectly to each of our children's very different needs and gifts. Our teachers are special; their expertise, creativity, passion, and joy are transformative for kids, and we wanted to do whatever we could to promote the development of great teaching. Knowing that the Next Generation Campaign would increase the endowment, as well as create state-of-the-art classrooms, we felt like our contribution would have exactly the impact we wanted."
— Lara '87 and Kristin Ramsey