West Ada, the largest public school system in Idaho with close to 40,000 students, estimates that in 2034 its enrollment will grow by an additional 11,000 students, reports KTVB-TV.
District administrators spelled out the projected facility needs in a session with the Meridian City Council.
In the north region of the district, projections indicate a need for two new elementary schools. In the west, one additional elementary school will be needed. In the south, one new elementary school will be needed.
At the secondary level, the district estimates it will need two more middle schools and two more high schools.
The district is also considering building a Career and Technical Education Center.
The buildings are projected to cost about $334 million.