2017 Public School Bonds Referendum

There is a $315 million public school bonds referendum on the Nov. 7, 2017, general election ballot. If approved by voters, the Fairfax County Public Schools' current plans to use this bond money are to:

  • Plan and/or construct two new elementary schools, one in Fairfax/Oakton area and another in the Nothwest county area.
  • Relocate one modular building
  • Plan additions at three existing high schools to add capacity at Madison, Stuart and West Potomac.
  • Plan and/or construct renovations of 10 elementary schools, three middle schools and two high schools.

Get more information from the schools about the 2017 bonds.

The Board of Supervisors will be authorized to sell bonds for the purpose described in the ballot question if the referendum is approved.

Brief Explanations

These short explanations describe the schools' current plans to use the bonds if approved.

Additional Information

Map of School Bond Projects.

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