Liberty Hill High School Expanding To Serve 500 More Students

A construction project is underway to expand Liberty Hill High School’s student capacity from 1,600 to 2,100, funded by a $98,600,000 bond package approved by voters in 2018. The expansion project includes additional classrooms, science labs, and program space at the existing high school for 2100 student capacity, which is max capacity. When constructed in 2010, the ability to expand in the future was part of the long-range plan for this campus. All core spaces are built for this capacity: cafeteria, library, gyms, etc.