The three-phased plan began in 2019 and will cost $21.3 million. Understanding that the workforce needs of the 21st century require flexibility, this campaign supports programs, projects, and spaces where students can tap into their unlimited potential. When these projects are completed, Nazareth Prep will offer families and students with economic need a unique and equitable high school experience.
Phase 1: Classroom Expansion & Major Repairs
$2.0 Million, 100% Funded
In this initial phase, the original 1905 main building — formerly an orphanage and most recently administration offices and counseling space — is undergoing significant repairs and renovations. These include nine new classrooms for Nazareth Prep, a culinary classroom, and twice as much cafeteria and food service space.
PHASE 2: Science and Activities Building
This new 35,000 square foot building will be constructed adjacent to the existing Nazareth Prep high school building on the Holy Family Institute campus. The building is three floors, including a partial sub-level for locker rooms, storage, and receiving; a main level with a connection to the existing high school and a multi-use performance, meeting, and athletics area; and an upper floor with physical science classrooms, teacher prep areas, secure storage,additional meeting space, and restrooms.
PHASE 3: Campus Improvements
The third and final phase of campus improvements include new vehicular patterns, expanded parking, designated student drop off areas for cars and buses, sidewalks, and pedestrian right-of-ways. Green infrastructure in the form of a solar panel parking canopy and permeable pavement are also being considered. These improvements can be made as funding is identified as they will not be impacted by, or dependent upon, Phases 1 or 2.