HHL Architects worked with the Gow School to develop the school’s 95-acre campus. A master plan was created to satisfy the present and to anticipate the future needs of the school.
From the master plan, HHL designed three buildings on the campus. In 1984, a 20,000 square foot dormitory was built to house seventy-two boys, a common room, and eight faculty apartments. Following the dormitory was the design and construction of a 12,000 square foot new academic building to house classrooms, science laboratories, and a study hall for the entire student body and a new 3,000 square foot Headmaster’s House.