ATHLETICS at HACKLEY SCHOOL
Lower School multipurpose gym
Elevated walkway through nature preserve
Hackley is an independent, coed boarding and day school, founded in 1899. It is located on a 280-acre wooded site in Westchester County, and serves 900 students in grades K to 12.
The new Kathleen Allen Lower School features a multipurpose gymnasium that is appropriately scaled for young children. It is used for physical education classes, plays, and concerts. The school also has multiple places for outdoor recreation, including a south-facing play courtyard.
Akin Common is a new "meadow quadrangle" made up of elliptical green spaces. The main space is an all-weather turf surface used for active by the Lower School and passive recreation for the Middle and Upper Schools.
To the north of the main campus, we designed a new track and football field, a new multipurpose field, baseball and softball fields, cross country trails, and a new elevated walkway through a wetland preserve.