Anne Arundel Breaks Ground on Crofton High School

Thirteenth High School is First Incrementally New High School Built in the County since 1982

Anne Arundel County has broken ground on Crofton High School. The project is a $124.5 million, 275,768 square foot incrementally new high school that will serve approximately 1700 students.

According to a press release:

“Welcome to history. After decades of waiting, Crofton residents finally will have a first-class high school for their community. Crofton High School is a perfect example of our initiative to accelerate school construction in Anne Arundel County. “This new high school is not only our first incrementally new high school in more than 30 years, it is the first real, tangible step in creating smaller, neighborhood schools,” said Schuh.

These capital projects were made possible through the JumpStart Anne Arundel capital project financing program. Enacted in 2015, the capital plan embraces a 30-year bond financing option.

The last incrementally new high school constructed in the County is Broadneck High School, which was completed in 1982. Crofton High School is slated to open in the Fall of 2020.

Read the full press release for more information.