The complete rebuild of Raleigh Hills will cost about $67 million — $12 million will be rolling over from the 2014 Bond Program and $55 million will be from the 2022 Bond. The new building will address ongoing issues, such as steam pipes failing and the roof being in poor condition. It'll also include improved traffic flow, better accessibility for students and staff with disabilities and add improved staff observation of the playground.
Rebuilding Raleigh Hills will eliminate about $12 million of deferred maintenance that's currently needed in the school, all while maintaining the community-centered rich history of the school.
Raleigh Hills K-8 School was evaluated to be the elementary school in the worst condition according to the District's Facilities Condition Assessment (FCA). The school dates back to 1927, making it the second oldest school in the district.
As the rebuild of Raleigh Hills continues, a new construction manager/general contractor is joining the project.
Take a look at the latest designs for the Raleigh Hills rebuild, funded by the 2022 Bond.
What happened during Raleigh Hills Elementary School’s community meeting last night?
Below, you’ll find a recap regarding the school’s rebuild.
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The newest rendering of what Raleigh Hills Elementary School could look like in the future shows the school broken down in "little villages" to create a community feel.
The Raleigh Hills Elementary School rebuild project is currently in the schematic design phase — the first round of architectural design.
This rendering shows what parents could one day see when dropping off their children. BSD will be bidding the project around fall 2023 with demolition starting in summer 2024 and opening in fall 2026.
Opening Fall 2026
Approximately 95,000 sq. ft.
790 Student Capacity
Community Earthquake Evacuation Center
30 Classrooms & 11 Additional Teaching Spaces
90-110 Parking Spaces
Redesigned traffic pattern
Better accessibility for those experiencing disabilities
Elimination of $12,000,000 in deferred maintenance
Natural Light & Fresh Air
Large Venue for School & Community Events
Completed 2014 Bond Projects
To review the projects that were completed at Raleigh Hills K-8 School as part of the 2014-2022 Bond, visit the 2014-2022 Bond webpage.