On March 6, 2012, the South-Western City School District community showed how much it values the education of its children through the passage of a bond issue to replace 13 elementary schools, renovate two elementary schools, and build a new Franklin Heights High School.
The design process began immediately after passage of the bond issue with our architects and designers working with the community, staff, school board, and facilities teams to design new buildings that met the expectations for 21st Century learning spaces - flexible and safe with space for all-day, everyday kindergarten.
For an overview of the project, please click here.
To view the District's Construction Update newsletter, Bricks & Sticks, please click here.
Please use the drop-down menu under the OFCC Building Project tab to see information on specific phases and buildings.