South Campus

Exeter’s South Campus is undergoing an exciting transformation that will impact generations of Exonians. The home to The David E. and Stacey L. Goel Center for Theater and Dance and the William Boyce Thompson Field House is creating a vibrant, new campus neighborhood. The South Campus is a hub where creativity, artistry, teamwork, and athleticism integrate together, providing unmatched opportunities to explore the connections between mind and body.

Taking LEED Strides

1,500 solar panels sit atop the Thompson Field House roof.

60 geothermal wells service the Goel Center for Theater and Dance.

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The Goel Center for Theater and Dance

More than 63,000 square feet dedicated to elevating the arts at Exeter.

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Naming Opportunities

See how you can partner with the Academy to transform South Campus.

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This will be a place where students learn with particular intensity to knit together the heart, mind, and body; to unite individual skill and community purpose; and to experience the profound power of human interaction."

South Campus benefits nearly every member of the Academy. Students, teachers and staff learn, play and build community in new ways made possible by state-of-the-art buildings. Green spaces provide new venues for outdoor events and exhibits, extracurricular activities and personal recreation. South Campus will host thousands of visitors each year, through theater and dance performances, athletic contests, alumni reunions and other public events.