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    "Encouraging students to see their environment as a resource: that's one of the reasons why teaching here is so exciting. Students use this incredible and natural environment as a place for inspiration." - Ascha Drake, Visual Arts Faculty

    The Bay School’s campus is located in the Main Post area of the Presidio. Surrounded by expansive open space, it has spectacular views of the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge, and is situated in the midst of the vibrant Presidio community – comprised of businesses, nonprofits and foundations focused on the environment, arts and culture, science, technology and global issues.

    Built in 1912 for original use as army barracks, Building 35 is a spacious 62,000-square-foot building that has been designated as a national historic landmark. It underwent a complete year-long restoration in 2004-2005 designed to transform it into a state-of-the-art facility, the ideal home for a 21st-century high school. The Bay School campus has received numerous architectural and environmental awards.