The Pike School-Dahod Center for Community and Creative Learning


SF Addition


SF Renovation




Seat Auditorium/Theater


Founded in 1926, the Pike School educates 400 students pre-K through grade 9.

The Pike School campus consists of six interconnected buildings in the International Style. The Creative Learning Center realizes this independent school’s particular commitment to nurturing a “creative spirit” and provides space for performing and fine arts activities as well as flexible assembly, meeting, and classroom areas.

The primary program element is an auditorium/theater that serves as a drama and music performance venue as well as a location for class meetings, lectures, and other similar school functions. Gallery space connects the auditorium to the Center’s multipurpose room, which houses smaller gatherings such as curriculum meetings, lectures, trustee meetings, and student presentations. Classroom space in the Center includes music rehearsal rooms with group and individual rehearsal areas, art classrooms with adjoining resource and storage spaces, photography classrooms and wet labs, a ceramics classroom, and drama classrooms and dressing rooms adjoining the auditorium.

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