ROYAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
Welcome to the Land of the Knights District Mission Statement:
Everyone Achieves" "Everyone Accountable"
Our public school district is a partnership of parents, community and schools striving to
graduate students who achieve the knowledge, skills, and work ethics necessary
to be responsible and productive citizens, effective communicators, creative
problem solvers, and life-long learners.
District Vision Statement: "Royal
School District will provide a learning environment that will move graduates into the
future with the confidence, the courage, and the determination to be successful."
Public school · Grades 9-12
955 Ahlers Road , Royal City, WA 99357
(509) 346-2256 FAX: (509) 346-9739
921 Ahlers Road, Royal City, WA 99357
(509) 346-2268 FAX: (509) 346-2269
Rock Elementary School
230 Wildflower St. NE, , Royal City, WA 99357
(509) 346-2206 FAX: (509) 346-2207
The pace of life is relaxed in Royal
City, a 1.3 square-mile borough in Grant County, WA, that was settled in 1956.
Drivers traveling East or West bound on Route 26 will find our city surrounded
by agricultural fields and signs directing to local food venues. Elementary
school children walk to school along streets lined with fragrant flowers and
oak trees. The mayor shows up at the local deli shop in downtown Royal City
always, ready to draw up conversation.
You do not have to live here long before just about everybody knows your name.
When people walk into our local store, you are greeted by your first name, asked
how your kids are doing and what the local talk making news that week.''
Royal City’s small-town atmosphere and highly rated school system are big
draws for young families. Because the borough is so small, children can easily
walk to the two-block-long downtown and parents rarely have to drive their children
to play dates or after-school activities.
For additional information, history about
Royal City and the vision our city leaders are moving towards,
click on the History and Vision button in the About Us menu above.