Clear Brook High School will be getting a $20 million major renovation in the coming months with faculty, students and parents getting a look at the schematic design plans during a recent community meeting in the school cafeteria.
The plans, developed by PBK Architects, include a new school entry, secure vestibule and enclosed front courtyard, additional classrooms and lab space, as well as a new auditorium and administrative space.
The school’s athletic areas will be improved with new lockers and storage for football, weight room renovations and more restrooms near the pool and gym. There will be new practice fields, parking and a traffic loop. Renovation work also will be done in the school library and the Special Education wing.
Construction is scheduled to begin in July 2014 with the major renovations expected to be complete by December of 2016. The project was overwhelmingly approved in May 2013 as part of the $367 million CCISD Bond referendum.