The Overland Campus is the home to two divisions of Le Lycée. Housed on what is called the upper campus, so called because its location on the top of a scenic hillside, is the elementary school (2nd through 5th grades) and the central administrative offices.
The main building featuring its classic architecture is filled with art, artifacts, and mementoes. The surrounding beautiful landscape is dotted with kiosks, statues, and topiaries, often eliciting comparisons to France from visitors.
Other features of the “up-the-hill” campus includes two computer labs, a fully-equipped science lab, a library with nearly 30,000 volumes, an outdoor amphitheatre, and a new outdoor play area with a basketball court, a swimming pool, and imaginative playground equipment.
Recently, the school transformed the Founders’ former home into a music and activities building with ample space for dance and music lessons as well as facilities for meetings and receptions. The latest addition to the campus is the terraced organic garden designed for the students to learn horticulture, earth science, and ecological sustainability in a hands-on fashion.