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With Cypress Woods nearly complete and set to open in Fall 2006, CFISD is already speeding up the timetable for its next 2 High Schools...

Cy-Fair ISD moves up plan on 2 high schools

Fast growth means Nos. 9, 10 to open in 2008


Chronicle Correspondent

The Cy-Fair school district will move closer to its goal of opening two new high schools by the fall of 2008 if the school board approves a contract award for High School 9 and declares High School 10 a public need at tonight's meeting.

The schools were scheduled to open a year apart, but rapid growth in the western part of the district prompted school officials to move the opening of High School 10 up one year.

The contract award for High School 9 would also account for the construction of Elementary School 46, which will join the high school and a future middle school on a 130-acre multi-campus site at Fry Road and Cypress North Houston.

Construction would begin within 30 days if the board awards a contract. High School 10 will be located on a 65-acre site at Hollyhock and Greenhouse roads, but the board will have to pass a resolution calling High School 10 a public necessity so the district will be able to condemn a 10.58-acre section of that site to purchase it.

Roy Sprague, director of facilities planning and construction, said the board could consider a contract proposal for High School 10 in June.

Assistant Superintendent Kelli Durham said enrollment in the district has added more than 6,000 students since last year, to 87,094 as of March 6.

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