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Entwined with the city’s early history, The Colorado Springs School campus creates a historic experience for students and visitors alike.

CSS Campus Map

Nestled in Broadmoor, the CSS campus spans 28 acres and offers an ideal backdrop for educational pursuits. The Trianon boasts a stately 18th-century French exterior emulating the Grand Trianon at Versailles, and is home to administrative offices and several classrooms. Beyond its academic buildings, CSS is home to the Louisa Performing Arts Center, a 300-seat theater, reception and gallery space. CSS also hosts wonderful athletic facilities in its fields and the Louise Honnen Tutt Field House.

The Trianon
El Pomar Academic Center (EPAC)
Children’s Academic Center (CAC)
Early Childhood Center (ECC)
Carriage House
Louisa Performing Arts Center (LPAC)
Louise Honnen Tutt Field House
Lewis B. Maytag Dining Hall
Boddington Field

The Trianon

Trianon

The historic Trianon, built as a private home in 1907, serves as the centerpiece of our lovely campus. As of 2008, the Trianon became home to the Middle School, complete with classrooms, science labs, student gathering areas, a technology lab, and the Middle School Division Director's office. This neo-classical style building also houses the school library, media center, meeting rooms, the School receptionist, and administrative offices, including the Office of Admissions & Financial Aid and Business Office on the main floor, and the Head of School’s Office, the Office of Strategic Marketing & Communications, and the Development & Alumni Relations Office on the second floor.

El Pomar Academic Center (EPAC)

El Polmar

Our Upper School, serving grades 9 through 12, is housed in the El Pomar Academic Center. Classrooms, science labs, student gathering areas, a computer lab, the Upper School Division Director's office, College & Career Counseling, and the Registrar are located in this building.

Children’s Academic Center (CAC)

Children's Academic Center (CAC)

The Children's Academic Center is home to The Children's School Division Director's office as well as classrooms for 2nd- through 5th-Grade students.

Early Childhood Center (ECC)

Early Childhood Center (ECC)

Our PreKindergarten through 1st-Grade classes meet in the Early Childhood Center. The Children’s School Administrative Assistant is also located in this building.

Carriage House

Carriage House

This building was originally built in 1908 as a carriage house for polo ponies, carriages, and carriage horses. Today, students across all divisions meet in the Carriage House for art, studio art, photography, torch-blowing and other fine arts classes. It also houses the School's Facilities and Maintenance Office.

Louisa Performing Arts Center (LPAC)

Louisa Performing Arts Center (LPAC)

This 300-seat theater is one of the busiest buildings on campus. In addition to the theatre, the Louisa Performing Arts Center contains an art gallery and a classroom.

Louise Honnen Tutt Field House

Tutt Field House

The newest building on our campus, the Louise Honnen Tutt Field House includes an NCAA-sized gymnasium built for up to three volleyball courts or two basketball courts for practice. Locker rooms, a weight room, and coaches’ offices are located within. On the mezzanine level, our music program benefits from a band room and a vocal music room.

Lewis B. Maytag Dining Hall

Maytag Dining Hall

The first building constructed after The Colorado Springs School purchased the property in 1967, the Lewis B. Maytag Dining Hall serves lunch every weekday. Counseling offices and are also located in this building.

Boddington Field

JV Lacrosse on Boddington Field

Originally a lake, this acreage is now home to our soccer and lacrosse fields. Two full-size soccer fields allow for simultaneous practices and games. The School garden is also located on Boddington Field.