Founded in 1873 as a farm school for poor boys, McDonogh School is situated on nearly 800 pastoral acres in suburban Owings Mills. The campus is located 20 minutes from downtown Baltimore and 50 minutes from Washington, D.C.
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Phase I of the school's campus master plan is underway. In the next 34 months:
Each school is housed in its own building with a library, technology centers, science laboratories, and art facilities.
The Clarence A. Burck Center for the Performing Arts includes a 580-seat theatre, a black box theatre, a scene shop, a band room, and classroom space for drama and music.
The Tuttle Art Gallery provides a forum for artists to show their work to both the McDonogh community and the public at large. Located in Lyle Building, it exposes McDonogh students to contemporary art and the chance to learn firsthand from the artists.
Multiple music, art, and dance studios can be found around campus.
The Rollins-Luetkemeyer Athletic Center includes a multipurpose area for indoor athletics, a wrestling room, a classroom, an athletic hall of fame, and The Henry A. Rosenberg Jr. Aquatic Center, complete with an eight-lane, 50-meter pool.
New for the 2011-2012 school year are an all-weather artificial turf field and a renovated baseball field. The school's outdoor facilities include a 5,000-seat stadium, 21 tennis courts, 18 fields, and a 400-meter track.
Riding facilities include a 70-stall barn, four outdoor riding rings, and an indoor ring.