High School

High School Building

The High School building spans three floors and sits adjacent to the Our Lady of Guadalupe Chapel on our 68-acre Catholic school campus. The beautiful brick building was dedicated on September 5, 2003, as the Arlene and John Gannon Building, after Pinecrest’s co-founders, opening as the Boys School, serving grades 6th-12th.
In August 2012, the building transitioned to housing all high school students, grades 9th-12th.  Classrooms include an Art Room, Science Lab, Theatrical Arts Room, The Hub counseling office, and spacious classrooms. Administrative offices can be found on all three floors, allowing for daily interaction with students. An oratory is located on the first floor of the building for private prayer. Behind the building is a sports court and picnic tables, enjoyed by students each day during lunch.
At the request of the Gannons, the name of the high school building changed to the Our Lady of Fatima building on January 1, 2021, and a beautiful statue of our Lady, donated by the Gannons, was erected in the building’s lobby.