The Las Vegas Day School was founded in Las Vegas in 1961, becoming the first non-sectarian, non-denominational private school established in the State of Nevada. The school is licensed by the state of Nevada and accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges, as well as the National Independent Private School Association.
Based on enrollment growth projections, a master plan was developed to completely reorganize the campus over the course of several years, a part of that was the construction of the library to serve grades K-8.
The main campus library serves as the campus focus, both educationally and architecturally. The 2,500 s.f. library is open and filled with natural light allowing for a pleasant and energetic learning environment. The use of natural woods in the space reflects the school’s traditions while the forms of the interior have a modern feel, reflecting the school’s progressive commitment to education.