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Elementary and Primary Education
Clear Creek Independent School District
News Release
Thursday, August 10, 2017

Clear Creek High School Rebuild is Complete

School Unveils New Spaces for Students

League City, Texas – When students return to Clear Creek High School on August 21, they will be greeted with new learning spaces as part of the final phase of the school's long-awaited rebuild. The multi-year, extensively complex construction project includes a new dental lab and additional career and technical education areas, a fine arts and JROTC wing, and substantial improvements to existing athletic areas. “We are extremely excited that our students and staff will be able to utilize these newly renovated areas. We realize that this has been a long time coming and we appreciate the support and patience of our staff, students, and community," said Principal Jamey Majewski.

Clear Creek High School has been under a phased rebuild since 2004. The community invested $36.5 million to rebuild the last remaining area of the 1956 school through school bond programs and capital funds. The project was multifaceted as it involved building in between three existing structures. The engineering complexity along with weather issues did delay the completion from last spring to this fall. “Our community of learners and parents have been very patient and understanding through this entire process,” said Greg Smith, Superintendent of Schools. “I know the wait will be worth it as we launch a dental program, provide our fine arts performers ample and appropriate space to develop their talents, and showcase quality athletic areas that match the strength of the programs at Creek.” Recent rains have delayed some exterior work to the school, but these delays do not affect student use of the facilities.

The only area that will not immediately be accessible to students is the Carlisle Gym due to a flooding incident. Over the summer, a malfunction of the pool equipment resulted in water getting on to the gym floor. The cost of replacing the floor is covered under insurance. 

Click here to take a virtual tour of the new Clear Creek High School




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