As part of its Alumni Weekend activities, Baylor School unveiled its new Scotty Probasco Academic Center on Saturday with guided tours during the mid-day and a complimentary cocktail party in the late afternoon.
Located on the site of the former Trustee Hall, the new $14 million, 33,852 square-foot academic building was formally dedicated on Sept.
19. It is named for the late trustee emeritus Scotty Probasco '46, a well-known local banker and Chattanooga civic leader and philanthropist.
Designed by Franklin Architects and constructed by Morgan Construction Company, the building, which will be used for humanities courses, features several rooms with large windows looking out over the surrounding landscape. It also includes an unusual sloped sitting and gathering area in the large front foyer.