The educational complex that includes Princeton High School, Princeton Middle School and Viking Village is a two-story, 555,000 sq ft building that promotes learning for district students grades six through twelve. While all students and activities occur in this one building, the design keeps high and middle school students separate. Three classroom wings on the north end of the building house the high school students, while a similar space on the south end of the building houses the middle school students. Viking Village, a shared space connecting the two classroom wings, includes the school’s lobby, two cafeterias that can be adapted into one large cafeteria, district gymnasium, natatorium, theater, community meeting rooms, health clinic, and administrative offices. The complex was completed in phases; the middle school was completed first, then the high school and then Viking Village connected the education wings.