In regards to enrollment, our secondary buildings are already the largest in the state. For the fall of 2017, Liberty Middle School was the largest with 1,193 students. Cheney Middle School was the second largest with 1,148 students.
At the middle school level, West Fargo Public Schools has a capacity of 2,600 students.
A new middle school will be built on the south side of the district, within the city limits of Horace, at Sheyenne St and 76th Ave S. The middle school will be built to initially accommodate 900 students. The campus site is large enough that it could be expanded upon, if needed in the future, to 1,200 students at the middle school.
The total projected cost of the high school and middle school is $88.5 million.
Boundaries for a Third Feeder-System
South Side Middle School Enrollment Projections: Totals
South Side Enrollment Projections: Per Feeder System
Frequently Asked Questions: Middle School & High School Projects
What is the state of the development near the new high school and middle school site?Posted by West Fargo Public Schools on 8/13/2018 9:10:00 PM
Why was the third feeder-system boundary drawn as it was? Why not draw it straight across 52nd Ave S?Posted by West Fargo Public Schools on 8/13/2018 11:00:00 AM