The Spartanburg County (S.C.) district has received voter approval to construct a new Woodruff High School. The vote authorizes the school system to issue up to $100 million in bonds to replace the existing high school, reports The Post and Courier.
The existing high school has a capacity of about 825 students, and the new school will have room for about 1,500 students.
Nearly 3,000 students are enrolled in the district in this year, and enrollment is expected to increase to more than 4,400 in the next five years.
Construction on the new facility could begin as early as October.
McMillan Pazdan Smith is the architect.