Overview: Beavercreek Schools' Construction and Renovations Projects
In November 2008, Beavercreek City School District voters approved an $84 million bond request that allowed the District to move forward with the construction of two new school buildings as well as much-needed renovations and improvements to its eight existing schools.
Bond funds are being used to:
Funds generated by the bond issue CANNOT be used to pay for the operations of these schools per Ohio law.
Two facilities design committees, comprised of community volunteers and school officials, worked with the District's architecture firm to provide input for the preliminary designs of the new buildings. These buildings are currently being constructed on a 50-acre parcel of land at the corner of Dayton-Xenia and Ankeney roads.
Renovations and improvements to the district's eight existing school buildings began in 2009 and will be carried out through 2013, primarily in the summer, so as to minimize disruption to students and staff. For information about renovations and improvements to a particular school, please select "Renovations by School" from the "Information" box at left.
Please note that all documents are subject to change.
A map of all Beavercreek School building sites can be found here.
Last Modified on December 1, 2012