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Facilities and Studios

The significance of the fine arts at SHS is widely apparent in its numerous facilities dedicated to support of performance, rehearsal, exhibition, and development of the artistic process. Across the 63-acre campus, two primary structures--one at the LMS, one central to SHP--provide the de facto “homes” for drama, music, and dance programs. SHP has allocated studios for the visual arts, photography, ceramics, digital work, and painting/drawing, located in SIgall Building, and both campuses utilize multiple public spaces for exhibit of student work, including Murphy Administration Building (LMS), and Sigall, Homer, and Main Buildings (SHP).

Performance & Rehearsal Space

List of 4 items.

  • Ravi Family Assembly Hall (LMS)

    Part of the Johnson Building, Ravi Hall provides a versatile space of significant size, with seating to a capacity of 600,  Large enough for student assemblies, lecture series, parent meetings, events, and school concerts and drama productions, and with an inviting lobby area for receptions, intimate gatherings, and showcasing student artwork.
  • Johnson Performing Arts Building (LMS)

    A comprehensive structure supporting music, dance, and drama, Johnson Building is the center for fine arts at the LMS. Includes rehearsal and classroom space for dance, choral groups, and orchestra and band.
    Features include:
    • Soundproof drama, band, music, and chorus rooms
    • Sprung floor, mirror, and barres within the dance rooms
    • Extensive storage space for musical instruments
  • Harman Family Assembly Hall (SHP)

    Housed within the LEED Platinum-rated Homer Building, Harman Hall provides the largest assembly space at the school, with stadium seating capacity of 700. Large picture windows provide the backdrop to a scaled stage, capitalizing on natural light while complementing the room’s overall aesthetic.
  • Performing Arts Center (PAC)

    Opened in 2005, the Campbell Center is a state-of-the-art venue, constructed with flexible space for both full-scale theatrical productions, intimate showcases, and rehearsal and classroom space for both music and drama.

    Features include:
    • 350-capacity mainstage theater
    • 80-capacity “black box” theater
    • Adjacent scene shop with door construction that accommodates large-scale constructed sets transitioning from workspace to performance space
    • DigiDesign recording equipment and quality acoustics
    • Specialized catwalks to safely enable student technical crews

Sacred Heart Schools Atherton

Sacred Heart Schools, Atherton

150 Valparaiso Ave
Atherton, CA 94027
650 322 1866
Founded by the Society of the Sacred Heart, SHS is a Catholic, independent, co-ed day school for students in preschool through grade 12