A Vision for Intentional Community

Living in intentional community is a core part of creating transformational experiences for our students. This is why we kicked off our Campaign for Community in 2015, with the intention of creating an on-campus residential community for our faculty and staff. Thanks to you, our dream is being realized ahead of schedule. In 2015, we finished construction of a Head of School home, in the summer of 2019 completed a row of four new townhomes, and in 2020 we completed two new single-family homes. The faculty and staff now living on campus are bringing an even greater sense of community to HMI. We look forward to welcoming even more families to campus with the completion of a final single-family home.

The Final Phase: Faculty & Student Center

We are excited to announce that thanks to our generous donors we have surpassed our $6.1 million goal and raised $6.8 million for our Campaign for Community! With the support of HMI alumni, their families, and all who treasure this place, we are working to address our current limitations by constructing a new Faculty and Student Center with additional classrooms, student work and reflection spaces, and faculty office space. This final phase of our master plan will ensure our facilities match the ambitions of our program. This facility will better enable HMI to deliver on the promise of teaching and learning in the twenty-first century.

The Faculty and Student Center will provide space for:

  • Three new classrooms
  • A fully equipped science lab
  • Dynamic work spaces for students
  • Appealing work spaces for faculty
  • Twenty-first century facilities that will help every student feel at home

Breaking Ground for the Faculty & student Center

In April 2021, we broke ground on the final phase of our Campaign for Community—the Faculty & Student Center! We are well on our way towards ensuring that our facilities match the ambitions of our program. 

For more information about the Campaign for Community, please contact our Director of Communication & Engagement, Barrett Donovan, at bdonovan@hminet.org or (719) 486-8200 x 118.

Life On Campus—A Faculty Perspective