The Neshaminy (Pa.) district plans to build a $51 million elementary school and a $13 million high school sports complex.
The Bucks County Courier Times reports that the elementary school will be built on the Maple Point Middle School campus in Langhorne. The sports complex will be constructed on the Neshaminy High School campus, also in Langhorne.
The elementary school will replace the district's Pearl Buck Elementary School in Middletown. The school was built in 1968 and would have cost about $24 million to $26 million to renovate.
The new elementary will be a two-story, 115,000-square-foot school, which will house about 800 to 900 children in kindergarten through fourth grade. It is expected to be completed by summer 2024.
Spiezel Architect Group is the architect for the project.