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Freeman Academy Campus

Learn more about
our campus buildings

Our Administration Building is located at the end of the main boulevard. The beautiful, red brick building houses:

  • Preschool Classroom
  • Computer Labs
  • Conference Room
  • Grades 4-6
  • Chapel
  • Administration Offices (2nd Floor)
  • Library
  • Grades 7-8
  • Grades 9-12

Music Hall is the oldest building on campus. It was built in 1903. Located on the west side of the main boulevard, the historic white building houses:

  • Kindergarten
  • Grades 1-3
  • Music Classes
  • Vocal Lessons
  • Visual Art Programs¬†

Pioneer Hall is located on the west side of Sterling Hall. Parking is available at the end of S. Juniper Street. Pioneer Hall continues to be utilized as an auditorium and is best know for:

  • The stage for Schmeckfest musicals
  • Christmas Yuletide
  • School plays and musicals
  • The senior-junior banquet
  • Receptions and large event.¬†
  • Dining Hall (located in the lowest level)

The doors between Pioneer Hall and Sterling Hall & Gymnasium is “the link” to enter and move freely between buildings.

This space is also where our concessions are served. Burgers and pizza nights are some of the best game night meals around!

Sterling Hall & Gymnasium is the newest building on campus. It was built in 2008. The back of the building is located between the Administration Building and Music Hall on the west side of the main boulevard.
Parking is located on S. Juniper Street. Sterling Hall houses:

  • A Music Room for Instrumental Classes
  • Gymnasium used for
    • Volleyball
    • Basketball

Frontier Hall is located between S. Juniper Street and S. Cedar Street. The beautiful glass windows overlook the Freeman Academy Community Garden. The building houses our:

  • Little Blessings Daycare Center (ground level)
  • On-Campus Student Living (second level)
  • Fitness Center (ground level)

The Prairie Arboretum is one of Freeman’s hidden gems. Located on the south side of our campus, parking is available on the east side of S. Cedar Street. The beautifully landscaped 40-acre space offers students and visitors use of our:

  • Visitor Center
  • Outdoor Amphitheater
  • Outdoor Gazebo
  • Fishing Pond
  • Walking Trails
  • Parking for:
    • Soccer Games
    • Heritage Hall Museum & Archives
This beautiful space has also hosted the Chislic Festival with over 8,000 visitors.

Interested in renting space on our campus?
To learn more, please call our Main Office at 605-925-4237.