The HS campus will occupy an approx 77-acre project site. The enrollment capacity will be 2,000 students with the ability to expand to 2,500 students. There will be multiple buildings, with an approx area totaling 200,000 to 250,000 sf. These buildings will include: classrooms, administrative and multi-purpose rooms, athletic and play fields. A portion of the 77 acres could be a school farm, Career Technical classroom area, athletic facilities, or any other education function or expansion to the campus. School facilities typically include single- and multi-story, permanent building structures and some portable units on temporary or permanent foundations with room for future expansion capabilities. The project site would be primarily accessed from Panama Lane and Cottonwood Road.
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