ESD is situated on three campuses and will continue to develop. It currently has 248,000 square feet (23,000 m²) in facilities. The campus housing the center and Upper Schools is located on Midway Road and spans more than 39 acres (160,000 m2). The 1st building – the gymnasium – was carried out the late 1970s. Classes were held at the gym before the main building was carried out in 1981. A major expansion of the principle building was carried out 1986. This expansion included a library, publication suite, fine arts facilities, classrooms, and offices. The Cook Math and Science building was finished in 1994. It houses the science labs, math classrooms, as well as computer labs. All Saints Chapel was opened in 2002 previously, daily chapel ended up held during a workout session. The Susan M. Frank Center for Arts and Humanities Building opened in 2005. Along with humanities classrooms and expanded music facilities, it provides a higher-tech proscenium theater, a black box theater, ceramic studio, as well as a darkroom/digital imaging suite. A brand new additions to the Merrell Road campus really are a 55,000 sq ft (5,100 m²) center for arts and humanities plus a new ESD Dallas stadium filled with state-of-the-art athletic turf, locker rooms, and accommodations for home and visiting fans. ESD’s rural outdoor education center, in northern Collin County, is on 165 acres (.67 km²). The Stephen B. Swann Athletic and Wellness Center opened this season, it houses the Dining Commons, phys . ed . facilities, and auxiliary offices. The 100,000+ sq . ft . building carries a competition gymnasium, indoor track, strength and conditioning, as well as cardio work-out rooms, sports medicine facilities, a multi-purpose dance studio, expanded locker rooms, a team room and training offices, campus bookstore, and concessions. The newest Dining Commons provides a 480-seat dining area overlooking the quarry as well as the Louise Crespi Benners Courtyard, a progressive kitchen and meal serving area, and offices for school auxiliary services. The kitchen functions as a “laboratory” where students and parents can study nutritional experts and professional chefs. Nutrition-based curriculum continues to be incorporated into the Lower, Middle, and Upper Schools, within the guidance from the Center for Human Nutrition on the University of Texas Southwest Medical Center and the recently formed ESD Nutrition Curriculum Committee. The greatest goal would be to influence town long afterwards they graduate. One of the schools rivals is Good Shepherd Episcopal School.