When students returned to Indian Creek School on September 1, kids from prekindergarten through 12th grade attended classes on the same campus for the first time.
Last March, Indian Creek School broke ground on a new building and complete renovation to the 114-acre former upper school campus on Anne Chambers Way in Crownsville. During a ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 2, school officials made the new, unified campus official.
The new school building features a state-of-the-art academic resource center, a new lower school library, two new playgrounds, and expanded cafeteria, and patios for the community to gather, as well as updated classrooms and the newly dedicated Bruce E. Crossman Middle School wing. Last October, the school added Eagle Dome, a 27,000-square-foot indoor athletics space, to Eagles Athletics Complex. To learn more about the building project, visit www.indiancreekschool.org/giving/one-creek-campaign/one-creek-building-project.