St. Michael's Episcopal School

Capital Campaign

W. E. and Dale Harman Singleton Campus
The Singleton Campus opened its doors in August 2008.
Capital Projects

St. Michael’s W. E. and Dale Harman Singleton Campus

In 2004, a gift of land and a challenge gift by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Singleton provided St. Michael’s the opportunity to transform its vision for the future, establishing a new campus which now includes two academic buildings, a gymnasium, and a performing arts building. Few times are we given the opportunity to dramatically improve an institution – an opportunity that is long-lasting and impacts so many.

With the Lower School’s transition to the Singleton Campus, the 70+ acre Singleton Campus positions St. Michael’s to build on its traditions of excellence, strengthen relationships across grade levels, and meet the evolving needs of 21st century learners. Beyond the logistical and financial benefits of ONE campus, students and faculty grow and learn in a truly unique environment that inspires innovative programs and encourages new ways of learning.

The Singleton Campus

Singleton Hall, named for benefactors Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Singleton, encompasses sixth-eighth grades, The Allen Library, and an assembly space.

The Ellen Passmore Singleton Center, named for Mr. Singleton’s mother, serves as the School’s gymnasium.

The Allen Library, named for past parents Ann and Buddy Allen, serves as the library for Middle School students. Buddy Allen and his son, E. G. Allen ’70, were honorary co-chairs of the Singleton Campus Campaign.

The Perkinson Arts Center, named for benefactors and St M grandparents, Elaine and Baxter Perkinson, encompasses music and art classrooms, a performing arts space, and galleries to display students’ work.