Proposed Junior High & High School Building Addition

Bond Election: May 09, 2023

                In February of 2022, the Lennox School Board authorized a professional service contract with Architecture Incorporated to evaluate the combined junior high and high school facility. When the high school was built in 2003, it was designed with a capacity of 500 students. Later in 2014, a junior high wing was added to accommodate growth throughout the district. This facility was built for 200 students. The junior high opened for the 2015-2016 school year and included 140 students between seventh and eighth grade. This same year, the high school had 287 students for a combined population of 427 students.

                Seven years later, the junior high and high school is home to 119 more students than in 2015-2016 for a total of 546 students. While adequate classroom space still exists, the study acknowledges stress on shared spaces such as the cafetorium (specifically the service line), gym, and weightroom. As a result, Architecture Incorporated completed a conceptual drawing and cost estimate for the school board’s review. Please visit the links on this page to learn more about this proposed addition.

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