Knightdale High School is a prototype design for Wake County Schools that helps to respond to the county’s rapid growth. This project was developed jointly between the school system, the Town of Knightdale, and the county parks & recreation department.
A joint-use agreement was developed between all parties for community and school use of all facilities on the 75-acre site. Completed in conjunction with the City Of Knightdale, this prototype was designed to provide additional parks and recreation areas for the community. The project includes a football stadium, practice fields, and a baseball complex with associated concession and field buildings and parking areas. In addition to parks and recreation areas, the master plan includes a high school and an elementary school, all on one site.
The school is designed to accommodate 1,600 students. The entire project was designed around the Triangle J High Performance Guidelines, achieving a Silver Rating Level.