As League City continues to grow, City staff are always looking for more space and amenities to serve the needs of our residents. A recent agreement with Clear Creek ISD will allow the City to lease a historic school building for only $1 a year for 40 years.
Built in 1938, the facility located at 400 S. Kansas Street was originally named “The League City School." The building, which is the oldest in CCISD, housed different grade levels and even different schools over the years, including Clear View High School and Clear Path Alternative School. The 30,000-square-foot facility has over a dozen classrooms and a gym.
Staff members from various League City departments, including Parks and Recreation and Library Services, have toured the facility and are working on developing a utilization plan. Ideas include using it to ease overcrowding at other City facilities and as a place for recreational, cultural, and educational programming and activities.
The historic building will need minimal upgrades before being occupied including carpeting, increased parking, furniture, and technology. Improvements and renovations will begin in the coming months.
How would you like to see the newly acquired building used? We want to hear from you! Take our citizen survey and let us know your suggestions by visiting https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/lc-school-building