An idyllic campus safeguarding a natural landscape oasis in a sea of suburbia, Fountain Valley has a remarkable architectural heritage. It includes work by Addison Mizner and John Gaw Meem. Their iconic Spanish Revival and Pueblo Revival buildings provide inspiration for this one: Fountain Valley School asked for echoes not duplicates of these early master works. This project is all about context, community, and fitness.
The New Athletic Center is a 60,000 square foot, state-of-the art facility that includes a student lounge, classroom, exercise, training and fitness rooms, a climbing gym, traditional gymnasium, eight lane swimming pool, locker rooms, uniform storage, and concessions with ample storage and support rooms. The Fitness Room provides the latest equipment for the student athletes to train for all sports including hockey, soccer, lacrosse, and equestrian programs. All athletes are supported with new training room equipment including cold and hot tubs. Exterior athletic turf provides exterior space for the students to train as well. A commons concourse provides space for student, faculty and alumni social functions.