Burr and Burton’s facilities are available to community groups for use during during the weekends and evening hours, and at times when the school is not in session.
The Hunter Seminar Room, located in the library, is designed like an amphitheater and seats 54. It offers excellent audio, video and communications systems, allowing for the use of rich digital media and web-based presentations.
The Rowland Center’s Scranton Room is perfect for large groups and can be set up with tables and chairs. Technology is available for audio and/or visual presentations.
The Riley Center for the Arts seats 240 people on two levels and provides exhibition space in the lobby. In addition to the permanent stage, there are a dozen modular platforms that provide flexibility in designing the performance space.
With generous support and guidance from Northshire Performing Arts, Ltd. (NPA), Burr and Burton installed a state-of-the-art sound and projection system in the Riley Center for the Arts. It includes a full, high-definition video projection on a 20–foot wide screen, a Bose sound system, and satellite reception capability. With this upgrade, Burr and Burton is able to offer high-definition broadcasts, such as The Met: Live in HD.
For chamber music performance, the Riley Center provides a Steinway grand piano. In addition to the fall play, spring musical, PRISM concert, and other student performances staged here every year, the Riley Center is the home of Taconic Music's four-week Summer Festival and Chamber Music Intensive.
The Judy McCormick Taylor Field is a state of the art turf field installed in 2015 and is an excellent surface for athletic events and outdoor activities.