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Frisco Independent School District's 18th middle school rendering

Frisco (Texas) school district is constructing its 18th middle school

Sept. 16, 2021
The campus will feature innovation labs and flexible learning spaces.

The steadily growing Frisco (Texas) school district is moving forward with construction of an 18th middle school. 

The campus, still unnamed, will be built in northwest Frisco, reports Impact Newspaper. 

The Frisco district has grown rapidly since the early 1990s and typically adds 2,000 to 3,500 students each year, its website says. In 1993, Frisco had about 1,933 students in four schools. It now has more than 6​3,000 students in 7​3 schools. 

The $43 million middle school campus will feature flexible learning spaces and is designed to fit into the architecture of surrounding buildings.

The proposed site plan is similar to the layout of Lawler Middle School, school officials say. It will have floor-to-ceiling windows and classrooms that are connected to common spaces, such as the library.

The campus will also feature innovation labs.

The school is expected to open in fall 2023. 

Corgan Architects designed the facility. 

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