• New 91,679 sf replacement high school. 
  • New school will serve 9th through 12th grade students.
  • The 2017 Bond reduces the number of campuses VVISD must pay to operate from four (4) to three (3).
  • New facility would be designed with sustainability in mind, reducing district maintenance and operations costs.
  • Next Generation learning spaces.
  • Administrative offices/custodial, classrooms, science labs, computer labs, special education spaces, library, art room, band hall, black box theater,
    and cafeteria.
  • New gymnasium, boys’ and girls’ dressing rooms, and weight room.

Van Vleck High School was originally constructed in 1958, and has had various renovations in 1973, 1980, and 1985. A facility assessment completed by architects and engineers show significant repairs needed. Example needs include, but are not limited to, roofing replacement for at least 50% of the facility, replacement of sanitary sewer lines, replacement of cold and hot water domestic lines (which are beyond their life expectancy), replacement of mechanical units, and replacement of the fire sprinkler system. The facility also lacks any kind of secure access system and does not currently have a ​security vestibule.

Conceptual Site Layout