The design plan for Fort Bend ISD’s newest high school, to be located at the intersection of Glendale Lakes Drive and FM 521 in Rosharon, features innovative types of learning environments, including open collaboration spaces and learning communities. The two-story site plan includes academic areas for each grade level, athletic and fine arts areas, career and technical education, multipurpose rooms, administration offices and a secure outdoor learning area.

  When completed for the 2022-23 school year, High School No. 12 will be the district’s largest school at 485,000 square feet.

  A secure courtyard separates the academic areas and the athletic, dining and fine arts sections.

  One of the newest design elements is a learning community that will include different gathering areas. This one will be in the dining area.


High School No. 12

Square footage: 485,000

Student accommodation: 2,800

Proposed feeder schools: Heritage Rose Elementary, Donald Leonetti Elementary and Ronald Thornton Middle schools

Cost: $128.5 million, funded by 2019 bond

Completion date: 2022-23 school year

Architecture firm: DLR Group