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Head-Royce School
4315 Lincoln Ave    
Oakland, California  94602  
Private/Independent School
Coed Day k 12 890 students


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Head-Royce School Overview

Located on a 22-acre campus in Oakland, California, Head-Royce (HRS) is a pre-eminent, co-educational, independent, K-12 day school with a 137-year history. Our mission is to inspire in our students a lifelong love of learning and pursuit of academic excellence, to promote understanding of and respect for diversity that makes our society strong and to encourage active and responsible global citizenship.

Head-Royce enrolls 900 students in the three separate divisions—Lower, Middle and Upper—and provides a dynamic, whole-child education to every student.

Please note - HRS is unable to provide immigration sponsorships such as H1B Visas.

Diversity Mission Statement

DEI Mission Statement

We are committed to: 
  • *Working to foster a local and global perspective so that we as a Community embrace world cultures, solve pressing issues, understand interconnectedness, evaluate and resolve conflicts and cause positive change.
  • *Continually recognize and urgently repair any and all hurt or harm caused, individually and systematically.  
  • *Challenging our institution to strive beyond diversity and embed inclusion and belonging at every level. 
  • *Actively promoting respect for others, embracing individual, cultural and socioeconomic differences and modeling social responsibility, equity and justice. We seek to engage and listen with empathy and respect across existing differences. 
  • *Investing in the recruitment, hiring and retention of Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) as our School values the perspective and leadership of the BIPOC community.
  • *Welcoming the discomfort of making mistakes. We acknowledge that creating an inclusive and safe learning community requires evolution and we must embrace conflict and discomfort and learn from our mistakes.
  • *Providing the time and resources necessary for our professional community members, administration and Board of Trustees to participate in trainings, review and revise curriculum, pedagogy, policies and practices through an anti-racist lens.

With these commitments, we intend to mold our school’s culture to our mission by ensuring empowerment and belonging for all students and Professional Community members. Through these efforts, we hope that our students will gain a greater understanding of themselves, while cultivating the ability to embrace differences and think deeply about our diverse society and the expected and necessary changes that must occur.