HACKLEY SCHOOL

Project Information

 

  • ​​Campus Planning

  • Renovation  (LEED Gold)

  • Restoration/Preservation

  • Transformation

  • New Construction

  • Multiple Projects

Honors and Awards

 

Hackley is an independent, coeducational boarding and day school, founded in 1899.  It is located on a 280-acre wooded site in Westchester County, NY and serves 900 students in grades K to 12.

Hackley School
Tarrytown, NY

Our work at Hackley has been extensive, beginning in 1998 with a campus master plan The original campus had been compromised by the haphazard placement of buildings, roads, and parking areas juxtaposed against Hackley's iconic stone and tudor-style buildings.  Our plan, organized around original and new quadrangles, placed parking and roads at the perimeter of the campus.  The master plan has been implemented in phases over the past 20 years.

Our completed projects have transformed the campus, respecting the aesthetic and communal spirit of the  original design, and strengthening Hackley's academic mission.​

  • Saperstein Middle School, the Science Center, and Allen Memorial Hall​

  • Kathleen Allen Lower School​

  • Goodhue Memorial Hall and Sternberg Library

  • Raymond Hall and Kroeger Arch​

  • New and renovated quadrangles​

  • New athletic fields and trails

  • New Faculty Housing

  • 2012 AIA Connecticut Honor Award

  • ​2011 AIA Westchester/Hudson Valley Honor Award​​