• K-12 Architects Helping You Inspire Learning

    Today’s learners are tomorrow’s leaders; we design spaces that encourage all students to be their best. The RLPS team of K-12 architects, ALEP planner and interior designers has been working with public and private schools for more than 60 years.

    We provide customized design solutions that encourage future-learning initiatives, inspire student development, and attract faculty and staff.

    Customized Design Solutions

    RLPS takes the time to get to know your short- and long-term educational goals along with your interaction with the local community. We can then design a school that is uniquely yours to support educational pedagogies, stimulate learning and serve the broader community.

    The RLPS team is here to assist with your project from conceptualization to first day of class. Our K-12 services include master planning, feasibility studies, renovations, new construction, interior design, code compliance assessments, post occupancy reviews and/or sustainable design/LEED or WELL certification support services.



    K-12 Public School Design

    As one of the top architectural firms in the region, RLPS has been ranked by Central Penn Business Journal as one of the largest focusing on K-12 pubic school design. Our K-12 team provides a transparent and engaging feasibility study and design process. We have helped public school districts continue to move projects forward during the current PlanCon moratorium.

    K-12 Private School Design

    Our team augments extensive design experience for K-12 schools with a holistic and inclusive process of evaluation. This method confirms square footage is right sized for educational needs and student population, while also considering utilization throughout the day. Design concepts support your education model and address space needs while also considering your values and mission. RLPS offers a range of services to support the development needs of K-12 private school design projects.

    See Our K-12 Resources