The 35-acre campus is bounded by wooded areas and the Delaware and Raritan Canal. The 18th-century Elm Farm House, formerly the home of one of the School's founders, houses administrative offices. A campus-wide building program includes a new media and computer center, computer classrooms, and two physical education facilities. Seven additional buildings of pre-Revolutionary War and modern architecture lend themselves to age and class appropriate activities. Athletic facilities include playing fields, the field house, and tennis courts.