Your Home at CS
A spacious, 65-seat dining hall accommodates residents and guests. Residence Hall Chef Tracey Caraluzzi's creative, delicious meals feature regionally sourced ingredients and offer students healthy, sustaining foods to fuel their adventures. Snacks are available throughout the day, and students can pack lunches to take with them to the Trail Creek Campus on school days.
Modeled after the USSA’s Center for Excellence, the Julia Argyros Training Center provides all Community School Upper School athletes and faculty members with a state-of-the-art training facility. Learn more about this phenomenal facility and other training venues here.
A media lounge and game room offers boarding students and guests a comfortable space for studying, watching movies, and playing games.
A central common area serves as a comfortable gathering space.
The west end of the second floor contains a gathering space designed for the use of residential students and their guests.
Each student suite accommodates six students and contains a student lounge, three bedrooms, and en suite shower and bathroom facilities.
Ample storage for outdoor gear and laundry facilities accommodate boarding students’ needs. Two laundry machines are located on the building’s second floor, and additional machines are located in the basement.
Students and staff of all ages test their skills in foosball, pool, air hockey, and ping pong matches.
A dedicated space for residential students to maintain their athletic gear.
The east end of the second floor offers study space for the private use of residential students.
I really like how the dorm rooms are set up because it allows for connection with roommates but also provides everyone with personal space.Bergen '18
The Athletes' Training Center is really, really nice. Depending on the time of year, we'll have team workouts in the morning before school or in the afternoon. Everything we need is right there.Max '18
I really work hard to connect with the kids; if they have a sense I am here for them, then I am feeding much more than their bodies—it's sustenance on a whole different level.Tracey Caraluzzi, Residence Hall Chef