Caldwell Academy is located on the northwest edge of the Greensboro city limits. The campus features neo-classical buildings that help to reflect the school’s classical, Christian philosophy.
The campus is 59.20 acres of primarily open, slightly sloping topography. There are 11 primary buildings on campus that total 144,090 square feet. Seven of the buildings are permanent pieces in our long-term campus plan: Founders’ Hall, Smith Hall, Munchkin Hall, McDonald Pavilion, Caldwell Hall, Jack Dixon Field House, and our Fitness and Conditioning Facility. Additionally, there are four, large modular units that house classrooms, offices, large group meeting space, and athletic department support areas. There are 54 total classrooms located in five different buildings.
The Clete Childs Athletic Complex houses the Jack Dixon Field House and established high-quality high school regulation soccer/lacrosse, baseball, and practice fields.