Thank you for celebrating the Topping Off of Phase I for the New Campus with us.

Our entire community of current parents and students, alumni, current and past Trustees and past parents joined us virtually on Thursday, December 17 at 2:00 p.m. to watch this milestone in our construction of the new campus. Each of our students has their names represented on the beam that has been placed in our Science, Art and Design wing.

We look forward to celebrating many more building stages in 2021 as we eagerly approach occupancy, planned for January 2022.

Yours in construction, Gradatim ad summum,

Angi Evans ’75

A Brief Overview

Following years of due diligence, strategic planning, and fundraising committee work, Harbor Day School’s Building and Grounds Committee put forward preliminary plans for the city’s planning commission to approve, unanimously received in June 2019. In November 2019, the Board of Trustees voted to move forward with the first phase of the master plan, which commenced in Spring 2020. The new campus at our current location will have nearly 100,000 square feet of classrooms and other educational and office spaces. As the project moves forward in earnest, more information will be available and this page will continue to be updated. In the meantime, please consider the Frequently Asked Questions page or offer one we have not yet heard in the questions and contacts section below.

List of 5 news stories.

  • Topping Off Ceremony

    On December 17, our entire community students, faculty, current parents, alumni, current and past Trustees, and past parents joined virtually to watch this milestone in our construction of the new campus. Each student has their name represented on the beam that has been placed in our Science, Art and Design wing. 
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    New Campus Building Project

    This article is taken from the Beacon Magazine Summer 2020
    After many years of discussion, careful consideration and planning dating back to the 1990s, we have embarked on our new campus project. 
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  • Modular Learning Village

    View our time-lapse video of the construction of our Modular Learning Village.
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  • Demolition of the Blass Gymnasium

    Campus Project Update 7-24-20

    DPR Construction has been hard at work clearing the path for the beginning of construction on our new Phase I facility. On June 25, 2020, demolition began on the Blass Gym, and in just a few short weeks, the Blass, Linden Arts & Science Building, and Best Classroom Building have all been razed.
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  • Campus Project Update 6-1-20

    As we announced at our State of the School address on May 14, 2020, Harbor Day School is excited to move forward with the new building project. Physical work begins on June 8, and the first thing you will see is a construction fence. Demolition of the Blass Gymnasium, Linden Arts & Science Building, and the Best Classroom Building occurs mid-June.
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    • New Campus Front Entrance

    • Central Quad Area

    • The Master Site Plan

    • Site Plan with Location Detail

Architect: LPA, Inc.
Contractor: DPR Construction, Inc.

If you are interested in learning more about making a gift to the Campus Project, please contact Director of Development Olivia Baumgartner at (949) 640-1410 ext. 217 or

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