Building for the Future of Brother Martin High School
Fidelity through Change: The St. Aloysius Century Foundation Capital Campaign to Benefit Brother Martin High School
Brother Martin High School is currently engaged in a long-range plan for buildings and programs to support capital and endowment needs.
Phase I resulted in the Thomas F. & Elaine P. Ridgley Fine Arts and Athletic Center which was dedicated in 1999. The Ridgley Center includes an art room, the St. Aloysius Class of 1944 Gymnasium, athletic facilities, band and choral rooms, classrooms and the Brother Mark Thornton Terrace, a large multi-purpose room. Phase II included renovations to E.A. Farley Field and the completion of the Roland H. and Macy Paton Meyer Science and Mathematics Building and the James B. Branton Chapel. Phase III comprises a complete renovation of food services, the Tom and Gayle Benson Mall, relocation of the current library to the 2nd floor, formation center relocation on the 2nd floor, and renovation of the Conlin entrance and lobby.