Oak Hill School Library

The Oak Hill School was founded in 1961 as an outreach of First Presbyterian Church and subsequently joined the church on their large campus in Nashville, Tennessee. Street Dixon Rick created a new vision for the future of both the school and church with an innovative campus-wide master plan. The cohesive design strategy initiated a $20 million dollar campaign, planning for site additions and overall campus-wide improvements. The Oak Hill School expanded with a new Library Wing.

Project Details

  • 7,600 square feet of new space 
  • Light-filled library boasting a collection of nearly 17,000 books
  • Dedicated computer lab
  • New staff offices
  • Outdoor reading porch complete with rocking chairs
  • Flexible locations to settle in and read—cozy pillows on the comfortable floor and sunny window seats