The exterior renderings for Great Crossing High School, soon to be Scott County’s second high school, have been released.
The building, which will cost about $58 million, will open in August 2019. The high school is expected to hold 1,500 students, with support areas for up to 1,930 students and about 40 regular classrooms.
The school colors are white, navy blue and kelly green. The school mascot and the groundbreaking date will be announced at the July 6 school board meeting. It will be built near Elkhorn Crossing School along Betsy Way.
The school district approved a tax increase earlier this year to help pay for the school, which will appear on Scott County tax bills this fall.
Scott County Schools superintendent Kevin Hub previously said the tax increase would also help the district build a new elementary and middle school.