Good Shepherd Episcopal School Master Plan
For almost three decades, principals at GFF have been designing creative learning spaces, places of sanctuary and comfort, and buildings which link the body and spirit in a cooperative, supportive environment.
Beginning in 1983 with a master plan for both the church and school, Bryce Weigand, FAIA, designed a parish fellowship hall, church offices, and classrooms which helped complete the church on the hill. Following that work came improvements to the pre-K school, a new gymnasium, the new 17,000 SF Middle School and a new Lower School of 26,000 SF. The Center for Creative Learning was dedicated in 2009. This 21,000 SF two-story faculty is linked to the Lower and Middle school, and “even more importantly it has provided a gathering place where the community can come together to build relationships,” said Head Master, Bob Kohler.