EXPLORE AVENUES SÃO PAULO
Get to know our 40,000-square-meter campus with this interactive cross-sectional map. Click on an area of the building for more information.
LOWER ROOFTOP COURT
Accessible from the fitness center below, the lower rooftop court provides opportunities for on-site sporting and recreational activities, including futsal, in the open air.
PERFORMING ARTS THEATER
This high-profile large-format performance and gathering space features views and supports multiple seating configurations for during and after-school events.
OUTDOOR ROOFTOP PATIO
Accessed indoors from the snack bar, this relaxing oasis offers Secondary Division students and faculty a space for collaboration, recreation or simply passing the time on good weather days.
Adjacent to the Secondary Division floors, these interdisciplinary project spaces are venues for creative expression, experimentation and long-term project work.
The first and second floors are home to Lower Primary (nursery, pre-k, kindergarten and 1st grade). This self-contained zone provides a safe and welcoming environment for children coming to school for the first time.
The second through fifth floors house Upper Primary (2nd through 5th grade). Featured spaces include dedicated science, art and music classrooms, with a rich and comprehensive media library distributed throughout.
The uppermost floors house the Secondary Division (6th through 12th grade), with a range of collaborative spaces including seminar rooms, open studios and common areas.
The dining room is divided into two distinct areas: one more private for the Primary Division, and the other more open, with indoor and outdoor seating, for the Secondary Division.
Located below the futsal court and connected to the full-size gym by a daylit atrium, this area includes locker rooms and a range of smaller-scale, flexible spaces for indoor fitness activities, including cardio and weight training.
This competition-level indoor court supports a range of activities for younger students during the school day. Before and after school, the space is given over to Secondary Division sports teams for practice.This competition-level indoor court will support a range of activities for younger students during the school day. Before and after school, the space will be given over to Secondary Division sports teams for practice.
The new and existing portions of the building are connected by a covered outdoor space that serves as the school’s “town square”--a pleasant meeting space for the entire school community.
After dropping their children off for school (or at any time during the school day), parents and other members of the community can get together over coffee and pastries in the cafe.
UPPER ROOFTOP COURT
The rooftop basketball court provides an arena for regulation-size competition play for Secondary Division students, with stunning views of the São Paulo skyline.