Crowley ISD Construction Updates
Enrollment is climbing in Crowley ISD, reaching an all-time high of more than 15,700 students as of September. With more new homes being built across our fast-growing district, Crowley ISD is prepared for long-term growth. These construction projects, funded by the 2007 bond package, will benefit students of all ages across the district.
New June W. Davis Elementary School
On schedule to open in fall of 2019, the June W. Davis Elementary School is located off McPherson Boulevard in the Chisholm Trail Ranch neighborhood. New attendance zones for this school were recently announced.
More Information: Approved Attendance Zones | Building The Future Homepage
New Bill R. Johnson Career and Tech Education (CTE) Center/Crowley Collegiate Academy
This state-of-the art facility will be located next to the Sewell Agricultural Science Center on Longhorn Trail in Crowley. The current CTE building will become a fourth middle school, as originally designed. Both are scheduled to open to students in the fall of 2020.
More Information: Groundbreaking Ceremony
Fine Arts Expansions
Musicians at Crowley High and North Crowley High will have more practice space with band hall and choir room additions that are set to be complete in 2019. The NCHS auditorium also is being enlarged with 300 new seats.
North Crowley High Gym Expansion
700 more seats are being added to the home gym at NCHS. The extra space will create a total capacity of 2,000, comparable to other 6A high schools in the area. Fans will be able to see the Panthers play in the expanded gym in the fall of 2019.
Crowley Ninth Grade Addition
An academic wing is being added to the west side of the Crowley Ninth Grade Campus that will include six new classrooms and two science labs. The campus also will have a new lecture hall and expanded library. Work is scheduled to be complete in time for the start of next school year.
New Operations Facility
This building, scheduled to open in January of 2020, will be home to the Maintenance, Safety and Technology departments and will be south of the current facility off Crowley/Cleburne Road.