Cibolo to welcome new charter school this fall

The campus is part of a two-phase investment by Legacy to nurture education in San Antonio.

The two-phase multi-million-dollar investment by Legacy Traditional Schools included renovations at its currently existing campuses which addressed the updating of electrical, mechanical, exterior, structural and safety requirements. (KNIT STUDIOS)

SAN ANTONIO – Students pre-K through eighth grade in the Cibolo area will benefit from a new educational opportunity this coming school year. Legacy Traditional Schools, a public, tuition-free network of charter schools, is opening its new Legacy Traditional Cibolo campus in the fall

Development on the 16-acre property, located at Cibolo Valley and Green Valley Road, began in January. Students enrolled for the fall semester will attend their classes in an on-site trailer as construction wraps up before moving to regular classrooms around January 2023, said a Legacy spokesperson. The general contractor for the project is Guido Construction.

Upon completion, the 87,000-square-foot campus will accommodate 1,410 students and consist of 47 classrooms, offices, a gym, athletic fields, a library, a piano lab, an indoor basketball court and artificial turf field, and a commercial kitchen and cafeteria, according to a press release.

Legacy, which operates in Arizona, Nevada, and Texas, already offers pre-K through 12th grade programs in the San Antonio area. Its campuses include Kelley Elementary, Walker Elementary, Lee Academy, and Saenz Jr. High School. The organization invested $7 million in enhancing the Kelley, Lee, and Saenz campuses including new paint work, new whiteboards, new flooring, parking improvements, gym renovations, and new piano labs and stages, among others.

Upon completion, the 87,000 square foot Legacy Traditional Cibolo campus will accommodate 1,410 students and consist of 47 classrooms, offices, a gym, athletic fields, a library, a piano lab, an indoor basketball court and artificial turf field, and a commercial kitchen and cafeteria. (KNIT STUDIOS)

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