This facility serves as the central shipping and receiving location for the entire campus.
The middle and upper school girls’ softball teams practice and play on this lighted field.
This building has classrooms for ninth through twelfth grades and the Bourque Library. The administrative offices are immediately inside this entrance with easy access to the counseling and college counseling offices.
This building has classrooms for sixth through eighth grades, the communications office, and the Edone Library. The administrative office is just inside this entrance with the counselor and dean’s offices just a few doors away.
This building has classrooms for sixth through twelfth grades, the Ramirez Lecture Hall, and anatomy, biology, chemistry, physics, computer, and robotics laboratories.
This facility houses the 500-seat main stage theatre and a 125 seat black box theater. There is also instructional space for band, choir, dance, and drama.
This dining area serves students in grades 6-12. This building has multiple conference rooms for student and parent meetings.
Run by parent volunteers, the Spirit Store sells uniforms and other Cooper-themed clothing and accessories.
Boys’ and girls’ basketball, girls’ volleyball, and physical education instruction take place here. The Athletic and Assistant Athletic Director’s offices and temporary facilities for football lockers and coaches’ offices are also within this complex.
This facility houses the Director of Facilities’ office.
All Middle and Upper school football and soccer teams use these facilities.
This building has classrooms for prekindergarten through fourth grade. The Admission, Advancement, Business, and Head of School offices are also in this building.
This building contains fifth grade classrooms on the second floor and a computer lab, music room, Spanish classrooms, and learning coordinators’ offices on the first floor.
The middle school teams utilize this facility for games and practices. This gymnasium also houses the yearbook and digital animation classrooms.
These two buildings are connected by an open courtyard. Visual arts students in grades five through twelve take classes here.
Middle and Upper school students use these lighted tennis courts to practice and play matches.
Middle and Upper school baseball use this field.
This building is used for the baseball program and has hitting and field practice space inside.
All of the students in the Lower School take advantage of this spacious facility. The open floor plan allows an entire class to meet together as group or individual students to spread out for some reading “quiet time.”
Grab a snack or a drink at the concession stand.