To continue the evolution of a modern school campus, Darrow School requires a magnetic central campus area to bond together the program spaces that drive the life and culture of the school: Wickersham (Administrative, Academic, Health Services); Dairy Barn (Performing Arts, Athletics, Dining, Student Center); the Heyniger Memorial Library, the Science/Samson Environmental Center, and the Joline (Visual) Arts Center. Bounded by these structures, current driveways, and the public road, the ideal location for a dynamic pedestrian zone exists at the heart of our campus. Development of outdoor classroom and communal areas, gardens, and open green space will create an atmosphere conducive to connection, reﬂection, and wonder. Reconfigured pathways and parking, interpretive and wayfinding signage, and improved lighting will safely and effectively convey people and vehicles while defining an inspiring campus core. These are high-visibility, high-usage areas; spaces that will help us attract and retain Darrow students for years to come. Darrow has hired and begun to work with WagnerHodgson Landscape Architects to realize this vision.