Harlandale ISD Breaks Ground on New STEM Early College High School

Harlandale ISD breaks ground on new STEM Early College High School – Jasmine Engineering tackling projects

early college high school at Harlandale ISD breaks ground

Harlandale ISD staff and local officials break ground on new STEM Early College

On Tuesday, Jan. 14, Harlandale ISD staff, along with political leaders, came together for a ground breaking ceremony at Harlandale Memorial Stadium. The grounds will be home to the new STEM Early College High School for HISD, the first Early College focused on STEM in San Antonio.

The $12 million, 49,960 square foot facility will include the latest in technology to provide students the ultimate learning experieince as they prepare for careers in science, technology, engineering and math.

The project is being constructed using the Design/Build method and is scheduled to be completed in a 16-month timeframe, extremely fast for a facility of this size and complexity. The new Early College High School will be designed and built to be energy effecient in order to keep utility costs down.

“The system that is going to be used for air conditioning and heating is the most energy efficient system, and it will match up to all the high performing schools in the state of Texas,” said Jasmine Azima, Project Manager and Total Commissioning Agent on the project.

Jasmine Engineering is working with Harlandale ISD as the District’s project manager and commissioning agent for this project along with other construction projects at Harlandale High School and McCollum High School.

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