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,
track and practice field,
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