Head-Royce School wishes to integrate the North Campus with the South Campus to create a unified 22-acre K-12 school. As part of this project, the school proposes to rehabilitate and reuse four of the existing buildings on the South Campus (Buildings 0, 1, 2, & 9) and to remove eight existing buildings. New construction will include a new 15,900 square-foot 32-foot tall Performing Arts Center building for school-related purposes only, and construction of approximately 2,500 square feet of other ancillary building space.
Head Royce School Determination
The Head-Royce School is an independent co-educational college preparatory school that serves students from kindergarten through high school. The school has been on it's current 14-acre site on the North side of Lincoln Avenue (the North campus, at 4315 and 4465 Lincoln Avenue) since 1964. The North Campus includes 12 buildings housing classrooms and administrative functions, a library, a gym, an auditorium, a cafe and a swimming pool. Current enrollment is approximately 881 students, with 100 teaching faculty members and approximately 65 professional and administrative staff.
- 14-acre site on Northside of Lincoln Ave
- PUD permit granted North Campus for playfield
- School bought 8-acre former Lincoln Child Center