The New Life campus is comprised of several different buildings. Below is a quick overview of each of the facilities used daily by students, faculty, and administration.
The large red structure on your left as you enter the circle drive that resembles “a barn.” This is the New Life Church where the school utilizes its sanctuary for chapels, assemblies, meetings, and graduation.
The large red brick structure facing you as you enter the circle drive houses grades K-5, the art room, library, and administrative offices. Grades K-2 and the administrative offices are located on the ground floor.
Located on the north end of the gymnasium, this wing houses grades 6-8 for its academic core classes. The high school and middle school utilize the science lab also located in this building.
This structure is the only building on the right as you enter the circle drive. It contains six classrooms and a locker bay area for grades 9-12.
The largest building on the campus, (over 9,000 sq. feet) the gymnasium is located behind (east of) the main school building. It includes the middle school educational wing and is also the regulation high school gymnasium with locker rooms, PE offices, and snack bar. Completed in 1993 for the basketball season, it has served us well holding volleyball and basketball games, assemblies, pep rallies, and PE classes.
Adjacent to the gym building this 9,000 sq. yard field serves as a recess area for elementary classes, a soccer field for both middle school and varsity teams, the location of the annual Student Council Carnival. Around its perimeter, a ¼ mile run is laid out for the PE department and its various sports games that are taught and played.
Located behind the main school building, this lab houses our 20-networked computers to the Internet. During the course of a week, nearly all students utilize this lab.