Capital Campaign

Securing the future of our campus is of upmost importance to Assets School. Our multi-phase capital improvement project is bringing new campus facilities to the school’s unique strength-based learning curriculum
tailored to gifted and dyslexic students as well as those who
simply learn differently.

Phase One Completed

PHASE ONE COMPLETED!
The Harry & Jeanette Weinberg K-4 Village opened to 80 of Assets’ youngest learners on August 15, 2018. The village’s three bright, modern buildings include six classrooms, common areas, a counselor's office, and plenty of flexible space for these students to spread out and explore. The indoor-outdoor village also includes a student garden and outdoor classrooms for our great minds to engage in project- and placed-based learning endeavors within their own specially-designed community. The $3.5 million project broke ground in September 2017 and took less than a year to complete.

Midweek Paina Collage of K-4 Grand Opening Attendees

Phase Two Underway

PHASE TWO UNDERWAY....
The next phase of our capital campaign includes improvements on both the K-8 and the High School campuses, with fundraising already underway for the $10 million project.  

  • K-8 Campus
    Phase Two for the K-8 campus includes a new learning commons area, which will replace our current library with a flexible learning and collaboration space along with traditional library space to promote reading. Following the completion of the learning commons, we will begin the planning and construction of a state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center in order to provide our creative and artistic students with a space to explore their unique gifts.
  • High School Campus
    We are currently at-capacity on our High School campus, and in order to continue helping those for whom Assets is a necessity, we are planning construction of a brand-new multi-purpose building that will provide 16 new classrooms as well as much-needed space for a collaboration area, counselor offices and science/maker labs. We will begin the planning and fundraising for the permanent multi-purpose building in 2019.   

click here to donate to phase two today!

For more information, please contact Lynne Wooddell,
Executive Director of Capital Campaign and Legacy Giving.