The school is continuing to develop in ways that are consistent with our mission and support our ambition to be the finest small, coeducational, college-preparatory boarding school in the country.
As Millbrook has become a school of 300+ students, we have most recently completed construction on a spacious new dining hall to accommodate the larger school population. Like the Flagler Memorial Chapel, the new dining hall is a gathering place for the entire community—students, faculty, staff, and their families. This demands that the dining hall be the best possible combination of form and function, that it is as beautiful and inspirational as it is functional, effective, and green.
Millbrook’s Physical Resources Committee has sought to preserve and enhance the best of Millbrook’s campus design and architecture with the goal of having every alumnus/a who returns to campus say, “It looks just the same, only better.” The new 400-seat dining hall is adjacent to Prum Hall, with a beautiful new courtyard in between, that will create another center for community gatherings. The dining hall will connect to the first floor of Prum Hall, which is currently being transformed into "Main Street Millbrook," a perfect space for community gatherings large and small.
The next major project already in the works is new faculty housing, an initative that is part of our "Faculty Covenant." As our student population has grown, so too has the number of faculty, and our goal is to continue to improve housing, compensation, benefits, and salaries in order to attract and retain the very best faculty.