Capital Improvement Program 2022

Capital Improvement Program 2022

  • Thank you, Wake County voters, for your overwhelming support of the $530.7M school bond. The new funding will improve learning environments for our students for decades to come, thanks to you!

    The bond will help fund:

    • The rebuilding of 7 existing schools
    • The construction of 5 new schools on new sites
    • Significant repairs to schools like roofs, heating, air conditioning, and plumbing


    Visit our Facilities Design and Construction page to see details of previous building programs and plans for the future.


Total 2-Year Program

Total Capital $664.7 M

Bond Funding $530.7 M

Cash Funding $134 M

  • Fiscal Years 2024 and 2025 Funding

    The section below shows how much funding will be needed for each of the projects and items that are part of the bond request on the Nov. 8 ballot. Please note that the totals shown are only for the amounts spent in fiscal year 2024 and fiscal year 2025. 


      • Brentwood Elementary

      • Briarcliff Elementary

      • Lockhart Elementary

      • Washington Elementary

      • Ligon Middle

      • North Garner Middle

      • Athens Drive High

      New Schools

      • Bowling Road Elementary

      • Pleasant Plains Elementary

      • Wendell Elementary

      • New High School

      • Parkside Middle and Wake Early College of Information & Biotechnologies

      Program Requirements

      • Permit Fees

      • Life Cycle Building

      • Life Cycle Furniture

      • Educational Equipment

      • Environmental/ADA

      • Technology Devices

      • Technology Infrastructure

      • Security

      • Temporary Classrooms

      • Assessments

      • Land

      • Space Needs Analysis & Prior Utilization (SNAP)

      • Partial Renovations & Improvements (PRIMP)

      Contingency and Management

      • Program Management

      • Program Contingency

      • Map of Major Project Locations

      • map of major project locations