The purpose of this project is to demonstrate and expand the knowledge base of the Java programming language through the application of said knowledge in a program that calculates the shortest route from one location to another within Glenelg High School and displays the route over a map of the school, rendering a simplistic and easily used program for users who are unfamiliar with the building. After six months of coding and four months of data collection, such a program was created that displayed both the top and bottom floors of the building, and traced the routes from one room to another in an easily discerned highlighted manner. To create such a program, the Java programming language within the IntelliJ software development kit was used. Microsoft Excel files were completed to contain coordinates based off of those standard coordinates within the Microsoft Paint program. Completion of this program is significant not only due to the immediate and beneficial impact towards the Glenelg community in easier navigation of the school campus, but also because due to the proving of the concept that smaller campuses and buildings can be effectively mapped similarly to the world’s roadways.