The Waco (Texas) district has broken ground on a $140 million campus that will replace the existing Waco High School.
The 350,000-square-foot campus will accommodate 2,150 students is scheduled to open in 2025-26.
“Breaking ground on the new Waco High School is the latest but certainly not the last chapter in a story of a community coming together to do big things,” said Susan Kincannon, district superintendent.
Funds for constructing the high school come from a $355 million bond package that voters approved in 2021.
The bonds also will pay for replacing G.W. Carver Middle, Tennyson Middle and Kendrick Elementary schools.
The architect is O'Connell Robertson.