Until 2018, Bynum School's campus consisted of a farmhouse, a concrete barn, and a few double-wide trailers off West County Road 60 in Midland. Today, students attend classes in a 33,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility built with funds from an ambitious $13,500,000 capital campaign. Bynum School is nestled on 61 acres donated by XTO at 5100 Avalon Drive.

Main Building

Amenities and Learning Spaces
  • Five classrooms with state-of-the-art technology, including interactive whiteboards, computers, workstations

  • Two restrooms per classroom

  • Combined media laboratory and library, with multiple desktop computers and tables for reading and research

  • Secure playground with specialized equipment

  • Sensory room for students with behavioral issues, overstimulation, or under stimulation

  • Health clinic with two beds, medications, and refrigerators staffed by a full-time nurse

  • Kitchen with a pantry, cabinets, microwave, stovetop, double oven, warming drawer, and sink

  • Multipurpose activities center 

  • Art room

  • Multiple therapy rooms

  • Greenhouse with a potting shed 

  • Offices for administration

  • Faculty break room​​

Vocational Building

  • Three classrooms with the same technology and amenities as classrooms in the main building

  • Ceramics studio with wheelchair-accessible tables and drying racks, along with multiple kilns, moldings, and painting tools

  • Woodshop

  • Fully equipped kitchen and laundry center where students can learn to cook and do laundry

  • Dining area

  • Laundry area