The Clear Creek ISD board of trustees at its Nov. 26 meeting approved the schematic design to rebuild Clear View High School with 2017 bond money, according to a district press release.
The district will use about $45 million of 2017 bond funds to build a new Clear View High School on vacant land beside the current high school, which has a capacity of 350 students, the release reads.
Construction is expected to begin in February and be complete by August 2020. PBK Architects is the architect for the project, according to the release.
The school originally opened in 1938 as Webster High School. The district is working with Webster officials to salvage the art-deco entrance to the existing high school for a possible visitors center, according to the release.
The design is the first phase of the large-scale project and is based on site conditions, programming requirements and phasing considerations, the release reads.