Thanks to the support of voters in Spring Branch ISD who approved a $898M bond in 2017, revitalization of schools and facilities continues to be evident in many locations across the district. Students and staff will have modern, collaborative spaces to learn, grow and stretch the bounds of their Limitless Curiosity.
Take a look at the exciting Bond 2017 work happening around the district this spring:
Virtual Ribbon Cuttings
Cedar Brook Elementary
Renovations and the addition of a new wing to the school added more classrooms, new collaborative learning pods along with a fresh facelift to the library.
“It is big, awesome and spacious,” student Bihn T. said. “Also, colorful.” See the completed Cedar Brook updates in this virtual ribbon cutting video:
Buffalo Creek Elementary
Completion of a state-of-the-art library, new collaborative learning areas and increased natural lighting is energizing teaching and learning at Buffalo Creek.
Teacher Delfino Guillen said, “It’s so much happier because it’s very inviting. The renovations have added color and light. As educators, we know how much those elements are very important to student learning.”
Take a look at Buffalo Creek’s new, bright spaces in this virtual ribbon cutting video:
Spring Woods High School
A new library, which includes learning stairs, flexible spaces and updated library stacks, recently opened in the hub of the campus. Teachers and students are now studying and collaborating in this inspiring, state-of-the-art center.
“It’s super amazing and has a very peaceful environment,” one student said.
Enjoy the new Spring Woods High School library along with student and staff reactions to the new space in this virtual ribbon cutting video:
Bunker Hill Elementary
While the students, staff and parents of this 65-year-old school have maintained its friendly and cozy vibe, the current building is showing its age. More room is needed to accommodate growing enrollment and modernize learning spaces. A new school, almost double the square footage of the current campus, is now under construction and will include updated technologies, more collaborative and outdoor learning spaces and an enhanced library.
Scheduled to open in August 2022, Principal Dana Johnson said of the new school, “I am most excited that we kept our connection with nature. I can’t wait to see the elements of stone, wood and natural light: it’s going to be beautiful.”
Watch a virtual ground breaking video that commemorates the start of the new Bunker Hill Elementary:
Hunters Creek Elementary
Students and staff at Hunters Creek Elementary are preparing to move into their brand-new school at the start of the next academic school year in August 2021.
The first completely new school of the 2017 Bond features a courtyard that opens up to the entire campus to provide outdoor learning space. All classrooms have collaboration areas outside the classrooms, and the library is designed with exploration in mind and flexible furniture arrangements to accommodate various uses.
“We cannot tell you how excited we are about the amenities that are being provided at the new Hunters Creek Elementary,” Travis Stanford, Associate Superintendent for Operations, said.
See a preview of our newest campus rebuild: