Medina Valley ISD to build a second high school

Learn about the district’s newest campus and funding for the project

SATXtoday: Medina Valley ISD new high school

Check out the district’s newest and second high school coming soon.

Photo by Medina Valley ISD

Would you believe Medina Valley ISD has had only one high school in its 60+ year history? The San Antonio-based school district has seen a 10.6% increase in enrollment from the previous school year — specifically the district’s only high school enrollment increased from 1,839 to 2,406.5 in two years. The increase in enrollment has prompted the need for a second high school.

Here’s what we know about the project:

  • Located near Loma Alta Middle School at the intersection of Potranco Rd. and 381 County Rd.
  • $323 million project
  • Capacity for 2,400 people
  • 700-seat multi-purpose auditorium
  • Physical education facility with seating for up to 990 spectators

How’s the project being funded? Glad you asked — The district is using funds voted on by the Medina Valley ISD School Board during the February 6, 2023 Special Called Board Meeting.

Stay tuned for more details about a namesake and an opening date.