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Richardson ISD getting new middle school

​​​​RICHARDSON – Cadence McShane has broken ground on Lake Highlands Middle School. 

The 231,000-sf, three-story building will accommodate up to 1,500 students. 

The project includes: 

  • 200 surface parking spaces,

  • a food service area with cafeteria, 

  • two competition gyms, 

  • weight room, 

  • track and practice field, 

  • tennis courts, 

  • bleachers with 1,000 seats, and

  • spaces designated for band, choir, and theater​. 

Lake Highlands Middle School will be open for the 2024-25 school year. 

Perkins+Will is the architect. 

The project will be the first ever sixth-through-eighth-grade campus in the Richardson Independent School District. ​

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​​Source: Cadence McShane


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