Lees Corner Elementary Capital Project

Information about the Renovations

The Lees Corner Elementary project was identified according to the Renovation Queue, approved in 2009. Lees Corner ES is ranked 48 of 63 schools in the queue. The project is in the planning/design phase, which was funded by the 2021 bond. Renovation with additions will total approximately 120,000 SF. 

Lees Corner Elementary School Capital Project Feedback

Lees Corner School Renovation Gallery

Future Events

March 29, 2023, 6:00-6:45 p.m. (prior to the schoolwide concert):  Community Meeting in school cafeteria, 13500 Hollinger Ave, Fairfax, VA 22033.  Event is in-person, please enter through door 1. 

Learn more about the project and design process to date and share your views. Please be aware, at this stage in the design process, no major changes may be made but small adjustments may be considered. 

Language interpretation will be provided based on the availability of interpretation staff.  

Presentation will be posted to this webpage prior to the event.  

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Key Build Information

Funding:  2021 Bond (Planning/Design)
Future Building Area: 108,000 SF
Anticipated Future Capacity: 900 students
Building Area: 81,843 SF
Acreage: 11.04
Prior Renovation: n/a
Prior Capacity Enhancement: n/a
2008 Renovation Rank: #48
Architect: Grimm Parker
Contractor: TBD
Current Status: In Planning/Design
Estimated Completion:  TBD

School Information

Address: 13500 Hollinger Ave, Fairfax, VA 22033
FCPS Region: 5
Grades: K-6
HS Pyramid: Chantilly HS
MS Feeder: Franklin MS
Opened: 1987
Programs: AAP Local Level IV, Autism, Intellectual Disabilities, SACC (1 classroom)

Past Engagement, Planning & Construction Information


September 22, 2022:  Design Feedback and Engagement Committee meeting #2 

May 26, 2022: Design Feedback and Engagement Committee meeting #1