Pre-K through Grade 5 students begin their Trevor journey in our Andrew Goodman Building on West 88th Street and Central Park West. This building is named for Andrew Goodman, an alumnus of the Walden School (which merged with Trevor in the 1990s), and one of the three teenage civil rights activists killed while registering voters in Mississippi during 1964’s Freedom Summer.
The legacy of Andrew Goodman has stood as a beacon of strength and honor in the Civil Rights Movement and in the foundations that bear his name. Trevor has the privilege, honor, and responsibility of educating students in the Goodman Building, preparing our young thinkers to become outstanding global citizens.
The Goodman Building hosts bright and modern classrooms, grouped around spacious collaborative spaces. The large lobby welcomes students each day and is adjacent to our theatre and light-filled library. Students also enjoy dedicated music and art rooms, an expansive dining room, and a full-sized gymnasium. With close proximity to Central Park, the building gives students exceptional access to the outdoors for play and learning. Trevor embarked upon a multi-phase renovation project during the spring of 2015, further optimizing the space for early childhood and elementary learning.
Trevor's Upper School is housed in a brand new LEED-qualifying, state-of-the-art facility on East 95th Street. The structure is the equivalent of 15 stories, including 12 stories above ground, one below, and three double-height floors. The building was designed squarely around the Trevor mission, putting dynamic teaching and learning at the very center. In this new building, Trevor’s signature collaborative spaces—the High School Center and Middle School Common Room—benefit from banks of windows, high ceilings, technological resources, and ample square footage. In fact, the entire school was designed to facilitate collaboration among students and teachers and across disciplines.
The building includes:
- 38 classrooms with customized Harkness tables for flexible learning
- State-of-the-art science labs
- All classrooms equipped with Epson BrightLink projectors and the entire building wired for wifi
- Dance studio, video arts lab, ceramics studio, multiple music rooms, and a photography dark room
- Performance theater (seating for 400)
- Library media center
- Dining room, including an outdoor terrace (seating for 230)
- Tournament-sized gymnasium, including a fitness center and yoga studio
- Multi-purpose space with floor-to-ceiling north and south vistas
- 10-minute ride to Randall’s Island for after-school athletics
- Rooftop recreational area