Three bond proposal recommendations, created by the WFISD's community facilities action team or CFAT will be presented to the school board Tuesday.
Below are a list of the proposals.
Concept B got the most votes from CFAT members, it's a three high school plans.
A new Wichita Falls High School would be built with a capacity for 1,800 students.
Hirschi would remain a comprehensive high school and renovation would be made to Rider.
A stand alone career center is part of this option.
This plan would cost $110.7 to $133.7 million.
Concept A, is a two high school plan.
A new high school for Rider and Wichita Falls High School students in 10th through 12th grade would be built and Hirschi would stay the same.
A 9th grade center would also be created on or close to the WFHS or Rider campus and a career technology center would be added to Hirschi...
This plan would cost $107.5 to $145 dollars.
Option 3, two new high schools.
One built in the north part of town and the other in the south.
This plan would cost between $151 and $197.5 million.
All plans include junior high renovations that include making space for 6th grader stadium improvements which include paving the parking lots, making upgrades to the locker rooms and making the stadium ADA accessible.
They also include safety and security upgrades to all schools.