Cape Henry Collegiate School
Virginia Beach, Virginia

Tymoff+Moss have completed ten buildings, including the campus master plan, for Cape Henry Collegiate School. Over the last twenty years they have designed more than 200,000 square feet including a new 48,000 square foot lower school, the Perry Library amd administrative offices, the Hirschbiel Center for the Arts, the Perry Family Auditorium, a Field House and, most recently, the 44,000-square-foot Science and Technology Center. The Sparks Science and Technology Center is marked by the sweeping, metallic form adjacent to the entry that announces something new and modern on campus. It includes a 600-seat lecture hall, twelve advanced laboratory classrooms, school admissions, and the Head of School's office and conference.

The Sims Lower School is a two-story classroom wing containing 24 classrooms, music and art instruction spaces, and the lower school library. The main lobby is a two-story, glass-enclosed, skylight-capped space. It connects the main lower school entrance, the cafeteria, classrooms and Science and Technology wing, and serves as a student commons for art and project displays. A glass-covered canopy, supported by brightly colored beams and columns, announces the lower school's entry.

The Perry Library is a 24,000 square foot, two-story media center. The design features a segmented, curved glass fać ¤e that connects the Upper School and the Science and Technology buildings. The two-story reading area, facing the main street, Mill Dam Road, features suspended international flags, one for each of the 60 countries whose students attend the school.