The Governor’s Academy
The Governor's Academy is an independent boarding school located on 450 acres in the village of Byfield, Massachusetts, just north of Boston. The Academy enrolls approximately 385 students in grades nine through twelve; 70% are boarders. The school was established in 1763 and is the oldest continuously operating independent boarding school in the United States.
Campus/Land Use Planning
Working directly with the Headmaster over more than a two-year period, our planning team, lead by NCP (David J. Neuman), developed the first comprehensive campus framework plan for this 251-year old institution, along with a ten-year capital plan for its implementation.
Building on the admirable record of sustainable practices already in place at The Governor’s Academy, the NCP Team developed a series of objectives related to sustainable and resiliency practices for this environmentally-sensitive campus.