Haskell Avenue Campus
The School's first location was a grey frame house at 1206 Haskell Avenue between Live Oak and Swiss.
"It was here that the core values of Hockaday were first established—the kinds of academics, extracurriculars, and ideals that would blossom fully in its two campuses. Art was added to the curriculum immediately. A boarding department was established in the second year. Then a library was donated and science courses incorporated. Athletics were integral almost from the start, with a tennis tournament held as early as 1915, a swimming pool suitable for aquatic sports built in 1917, and a basketball court." - From the Centennial Anthology, "Hockaday’s Campuses and Its Architecture" by Virginia Savage McAlester ’61