Anderson (South Carolina) School District Four dedicated Mount Lebanon Elementary School on September 23. Craig Gaulden Davis designed the new two-story school, which has a capacity of 560 students. Its Georgian architecture, featuring a portico, large white columns and cupola, is reminiscent of a school that was demolished in the area many years ago. Though the red brick exterior is traditional, the interior features bright colors, geometric shapes and lots of natural lighting to inspire the children to learn.
The name of the school combines Mountain Springs and Lebanon School, two schools that served the district during segregation. It is one of five projects designed for the District by Craig Gaulden Davis. MB Kahn served as the construction manager for the Mount Lebanon project.