Fox Creek High School will soon undergo an expansion.
The school’s board of directors recently met with United States Department of Agriculture representatives to sign a letter of intent, which is the first step in the expansion process, according to a news release.
The new additions will include two computer labs, an art room, band room, four classrooms, gym and a new commons area.
The application for the USDA-backed loan to fund the expansion was approved over the summer.
“The plan has always been to build phase two,” said Josh Trahan, interim principal, in the release.
“We were just not sure when we would have the student count to support the facility and our board used excellent discernment in waiting until we knew we had the funding.”
Construction is expected to take eight to 12 months.