Construction of the Campus started in 1983. It is designed to enhance The Woodhall School’s individual approach. The academic and residential areas are architecturally conceived as a small village. The Head’s residence and other faculty residences are also on campus. The campus also includes approximately twenty acres of woodlands for hiking and biking, and a stream-fed pond for swimming, fishing and ice skating.
Founders Hall houses the administration and the academic program. It includes thirteen classrooms, a 4000 volume library and media center, a visual arts studio and two seminar rooms.
Velge Hall houses two science labs, the dining hall and the kitchen.
French Hall houses dormitory rooms for twelve students, four faculty apartments, the Senior Lounge, and a seminar room.
The Student Center includes a large common room with a TV and a fireplace, and an adjoining room for Ping-pong, pool, and foosball.
Tower Dormitory contains dormitory rooms for thirty student, seven faculty residences and the Student Center.
The Athletics and Performing Arts Center, known as the APAC, opened in the fall of 2005, comprising a gym, theater, gallery, and multi-purpose rooms.
The Roy I. Mattson Gymnasium is home to the Woodhall School basketball team. There is a physical fitness room and two multi-purpose rooms.
The Abigail J. Woodhall Performing Arts Center, completed in 2006, is a state of the art, 200 seat theater for dramatic productions, lectures, films, and dances.
The Sharon L. Poole Art Gallery is a space for special gatherings and an exhibition hall for students’ artwork.
The Student Activity Barn houses the school’s canoes, serves as storage for student bicycles, skis and snowboards, has a scene shop for drama, and an Outdoor Education room with a climbing wall.
Phoenix Field is home to the Lacrosse and Soccer teams. There is also a sand volleyball court.
The Permaculture Garden hosts a beehive, flowers, berries, fruit trees, vegetables, a rain run-off course, and seating areas for contemplation and study.