The School's 11-acre campus is situated steps from the La Jolla Cove in Southern California. The campus is a beautiful blend of historic and contemporary buildings that ring a large, central grass quadrangle. The School is proud to have historically significant buildings designed by two renowned architects of the early 1900s: Irving Gill and Carleton Monroe Winslow.
The Eva May Fleet Athletic Center houses a modern gymnasium, the Lori Perkins Family Court, and the Coleman Family Health and Fitness Center. The Fowler Athletic Complexfeatures the Hunte Fields with top-of-the-line artificial turf and batting cages. The Alex G. Spanos Field is an off-campus School athletic facility located at Kate Sessions Elementary School. The Douglas F. Manchester Tennis Center has five courts and the McCain Family Aquatic Center has coach offices, changing facilities and the 25 yard x 30 yard Buddy & Barbara Murfey Memorial Pool.
Built in 1969 and since renovated, Ellen Browning Scripps Hall houses the School's kitchen and dining facilities, vocal and instrumental music studios and classrooms, and offices for the dean of students, counselor and nurse.
Opened in 2012, the Manchester Library & Learning Center is 22,000 square feet and has over 27,000 books plus state-of-the-art technology. The library was designed for collaboration, as well as quiet study.
Michael & Marlene Teitelman Science Center has laboratory/classrooms, a research laboratory, a multi-purpose wet laboratory and lab-station computers, allowing teachers and students to work closely together and to collaborate on experiments.
This facility houses the Geier Family Presentation Hall, a 150-seat lecture hall that hosts the Shaffer Family Foundation Endowed Science Lecture Series.
Designed by noted architect, Carleton Monroe Winslow, St. Mary’s Chapel was dedicated on February 15, 1917 and was a gift from Isabel Green Johnson, Bishop Joseph Horsfall Johnson’s wife. The Bishop Johnson Tower, also designed by Winslow, was added in 1930. Transepts and a baptistry, along with seismic reinforcements, were installed in 1938.
The historic Wheeler Bailey building was transformed into The Center for Creative Sciences in 2018. There are three large workshop tables, two 3D printers, a laser cutter, and a CNC router available to help students create, make and innovate.
THE BISHOP’S SCHOOL7607 La Jolla Boulevard La Jolla, CA 92037 (858) 459-4021
The Bishop’s School is an independent, coeducational college-preparatory day school for students in grades six through twelve who live throughout San Diego County. Founded in 1909, the School is affiliated with the Episcopal church.