Explore Our Campus
Westchester Country Day School’s 53-acre, wooded campus is a hidden gem worth finding.
Our address is 2045 N. Old Greensboro Road, High Point, NC 27265.
The main office is located in Phillips Hall. Visitor parking is reserved at spaces around the carpool loop near Smith Hall.
Visiting During the School Day
From North Old Greensboro Road, turn onto Wildcat Trail at the main entrance and follow the driveway into campus. Visitors may park in any of the spaces in the carpool loop. A few spaces are marked reserved for visitors. After parking, please go to the office in Phillips Hall to sign in at the front desk. For the safety of our students, all campus doors are locked throughout the school day. You may enter using the doorbell on the breezeway/library side of Phillips Hall. Follow signs to the front office.
From North Old Greensboro Road, turn onto Wildcat Trail at the main entrance and follow the driveway into campus. Athletic event parking is available in the Finch Center lot near the fields and around the carpool circle.
Theatre productions are held in Rives Hall. For venue parking, use the school's bus entrance to park in the Rives Hall or Wilson Center parking lots. From North Old Greensboro Road, turn onto Abbotts Creek Church Road and then right on Cascade. The bus entrance is the first driveway on the right.
Please refer to the campus map for available parking closest to the event location on campus:
- For events in the Finch Center, we recommend entering at the main entrance and parking in the Finch Center lot.
- For events in the Wilson Center, we recommend entering at the main entrance and parking in the carpool loop or using the bus entrance via Cascade Drive and parking in the Wilson Center lot.
- For events in Rives Hall, we recommend using the bus entrance via Cascade Drive and parking in the Rives Hall lot or Wilson Center lot.
- For all events, overflow parking is available in any of the other campus parking locations as designated on the map.
About Westchester's School Campus
Centrally located in a beautiful country setting west of downtown High Point in Davidson County, the school is within a 20-minute drive of most Piedmont Triad communities. Students come from High Point, Thomasville, Kernersville, Lexington, Asheboro, Jamestown, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and surrounding areas.
Coming to campus, students adventure someplace special each day without having to go too far from home. It is an ideal space, designed with outdoor and indoor areas conducive to learning. Students move between buildings for classes and activities, much like on a college campus. Additionally, there are state-of-the-art athletic facilities, arts production and performance spaces, robotics and technology labs, and common spaces for meals and fellowship.
The school grounds feature handsome Tudor architecture, natural vegetation, and abundant space for outdoor learning and recreation. Facilities include five classroom buildings, a library, a student center, and a gymnasium, as well as two soccer fields, a baseball complex, and outdoor playground and seating areas.
The original school buildings were constructed in the 1970s. Renovations and additions were made throughout the 1990s. Athletic and arts improvements were made in the 2000s and 2010s. The Westchester Forward capital campaign was announced in 2018. It will provide for new facilities and campus improvements, double the endowment, eliminate all existing debt, and provide funds for security upgrades, technology enhancements, and ongoing capital improvements. The first project of the campaign, the Wilson Student Center, opened in the 2020-2021 school year, made possible by the school’s first $1 million gift. The master plan also includes a new fine arts center, gymnasium, quad, and administrative wing.