Thornton-Donovan's campus is made up of five different buildings, each with their own unique classes and discoveries to make. From the moment you walk in the door you will notice all of the unique art and artifacts obtained from worldly travels and influential figures.
A unique and personalized experience
The Thornton-Donovan education is customized to students’ interests and talents based on our yearly theme. Small class size, usually 8-14 students, makes this approach to learning possible. Encouraging children to develop into the persons they will become, unhindered in exploration of their passions, is the key to a T-D education.
Simply just pull into the driveway in front of the school for drop-offs and pick-ups. Bus services are available to all children. DRIVE SLOW AND BE VIGILANT.
If you're a student who drives, there are plenty of parking options for your vehicle. Availble parking can be found out front of the school and in the school's designated parking lot.
Currently the largest building on campus where Berns Memorial Library, Freedom Hall, and a majority of classrooms and offices are located.
This building is the home of Thornton-Donovan's music and technology programs. Every room in this building is either full of instruments or full of computers. Everything you could ever need related to music or computers is here.
While it is the smallest building on campus, it has everything art you could ever imagine. All art classes are taken here from painting to architecture.
The Winterhouse is home to a diverse variety from Lain, thematic class's such as "Shaminism (Mongolia)", and your everyday math class.
Full of images and relics of historical significance to Thornton-Donovan. A place to learn about our history up close and personal.
As you walk around you will discover the beauty of the growing flowers in the summer, colorful trees in the fall and the slow covered leaves in the winter. You will find yourself discovering and taking in the unique campus experience you can only get at Thornton-Donovan School.