With the purchase of 30 acres on the northeast corner of Moscow, the time has come to build our own campus, to plant a permanent flag, to create a home that will stand for generations.

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With the purchase of 30 acres on the northeast corner of Moscow, the time has come to build our own campus, to plant a permanent flag, to create a home that will stand for generations.

Created in the spring of 2016, this video is both a celebration of God’s great faithfulness through the years and a mandate to continue the good work of training up future generations – with Christ at the center of all our endeavors.

It reminds us all that much of what we are doing in education – both at Logos School and Logos Press – is exported to hundreds of classical Christian schools across this country and beyond.
Funny thing about mustard seeds…

Narrated by Douglas Wilson

From a Tiny Seed…

In 1979, God planted a seed in the hearts and minds of a handful of families… a hope… a vision for what Christian education could be. By His grace, the seed took root, and the dream became a reality. In the fall of 1981, Logos School opened its doors with eighteen students, and the community began to grow and flourish.

In those early years, much thought was given to curriculum. Due to our classical emphasis, few publishers had suitable teaching materials. Thus, Logos teachers and administrators began writing their own, custom-made curriculum to use in the classrooms. And Logos Press was born.

In the Spring of 1985, Logos produced its first graduate. Since that time, hundreds of young men and women have crossed the stage and received their diplomas. Logos graduates have been accepted at colleges and universities across the nation, including Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Hillsdale, New St. Andrews College, Princeton, Wheaton, the University of Alabama, the University of Idaho, the University of Pennsylvania, Washington State University, and many more. God has been very kind; our students consistently score in the top 20 percent or higher of nationally recognized standardized tests.

In 1991, founding board member Douglas Wilson wrote Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning. This book caught fire and produced so much national interest in the classical Christian approach that Logos School helped form the Association of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS). Today, hundreds of schools throughout the country and the world are a part of this association. These schools use curriculum developed at Logos School, send new teachers and administrators to our annual summer training in Moscow, and depend upon us to help support this educational movement at the national level through conferences and consulting.

Though Logos School has grown in size and influence over the last thirty-seven years (current enrollment is 422 students), our vision has remained the same: to graduate young men and women who think clearly and listen carefully with discernment and understanding; who reason persuasively and articulate precisely; who are capable of evaluating their entire range of experience in the light of Scripture, and who do so with eagerness, in joyful submission to God. It is to this end that we joyfully labor.

We have been blessed with the purchase of 30 acres on the northeast corner of Moscow. The time has come to build our own campus, to plant a permanent flag, to create a home that will stand for generations. We have the vision, we have the opportunity, and now we need the funds to develop the campus.

Logos School was founded and propelled to the present day by people with the faith, drive, and initiative to make a blessed dream a reality. Today we need friends who believe in our mission to financially support our cause.

Location

The new school campus will be located on the northeast corner of Moscow, across from Mountain View Park. The campus will be accessible via Mountain View Road with necessary traffic accommodations being added, including a roundabout and new street.

Baker Street Campus

New Campus

Phase 1

SITE PLAN AND INFRASTRUCTURE

  • New city street, bridge, and private campus drive
  • Grading of the site and establishing drainage ponds
  • Paved parking lots
  • Construction of competition field (including a track) and practice fields

Phase 2

ACADEMIC BUILDING, GREAT HALL, AND GYMNASIUM

  • First Floor: 51,020 square feet
  • Second Floor: 19,867 square feet
  • 27 General Classrooms

Phase 3

AUDITORIUM AND PRACTICE GYMNASIUM

  • Performing Arts Auditorium: 7,033 sq ft
  • Practice Gym: 6,050 sq ft
  • Connecting Corridor: 1,255 sq ft

TOTAL SQUARE FEET: 14,338

Construction Updates

Take a Tour of our New Home

Academic Classrooms

Science, Art, and Music Spaces

Total Square Feet

FIRST FLOOR

  • 15 General Classrooms: 9,975 sq ft
  • Art Room: 681 sq ft
  • 4 Administrative Offices: 732 sq ft
  • Lobby and Reception Area: 1,765 sq ft
  • Staff Work Rooms and Copy Rooms: 911 sq ft
  • 9 Restrooms: 2,203 sq ft
  • Music Room: 1,021 sq ft
  • Stage (including storage): 2,206 sq ft
  • Great Hall: 8,580 sq ft
  • Kitchen and Concession Area: 318 sq ft
  • Weight Room: 1,105 sq ft
  • Locker Rooms and Coaches’ Offices: 2,160 sq ft
  • Competition Gym: 10,974 sq ft
  • Circulation and Stairwells: 6,830 sq ft
  • Storage/Mechanical/Custodial: 1,868 sq ft

Total square feet: 51,020

 

SECOND FLOOR

  • 12 General Classrooms: 7,453 sq ft
  • 2 Science Classrooms and Lab: 2,204 sq ft
  • Library: 1,424 sq ft
  • Admin. Offices and Conference Room: 793 sq ft
  • Reception Area and Commons: 1,140 sq ft
  • Staff Work Rooms and Copy Rooms: 871 sq ft
  • 2 Restrooms: 1,352 sq ft
  • Circulation and Stairwells: 4,097 sq ft
  • Storage/Mechanical/Custodial: 533 sq ft

Total square feet: 19,867

Auditorium and Practice Gymnasium

  • Performing Arts Auditorium: 7,033 sq ft
  • Practice Gym: 6,050 sq ft
  • Connecting Corridor: 1,255 sq ft

TOTAL SQUARE FEET: 14,338

So each generation should set its hope anew on God,
not forgetting His glorious miracles and obeying His commands.

PSALM 78:7

Achievement Through Participation

From the very beginning, Logos School has depended on the support of families in the school community and friends who share our vision. Some have generously given already. Thanks to their kind gifts, we were able to purchase the property, install the bridge, and begin work on infrastructure – running utilities, grading the site, and establishing playing fields.

We ask you to prayerfully consider supporting Logos School by making a financial commitment to the Campaign for Logos. Your investment in this campus – a permanent home for our students – will make an enormous difference to generations of families in this community and beyond.

Contact

To request a Campaign for Logos Case Document (a printed campaign package), please provide us with your name and mailing address. Thank you for your interest!

For further information please contact
Gene Liechty, Director of Development
Logos School
110 Baker Street
Moscow, Idaho 83843
(919) 422-7316

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