CROSBY, HARRIS COUNTY - The new $67 million Crosby High School has broken ground. The school is being built by Houston-based DuroTech and will be 416,411 sf, according to the company’s website.
The school is being built with funds from Phase 1 of the district’s bond package.
Upon completion of the high school, the current Crosby High School will be renovated — also by DuroTech — to be repurposed as a junior high facility. The existing Crosby Middle School will become an elementary campus.
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