New Hebron High School Multipurpose Facility Opens for Game Day
Bond-funded indoor athletic center ready for first audience.
Construction on Hebron High School’s multipurpose facility/indoor athletic center has been completed, just in time for the final home basketball games of the season.
“We are thrilled to open our new, state-of-the-art multipurpose facility,” HHS Principal Amy Boughton said. “This facility will serve our campus in a multitude of ways, including athletic events and future assemblies. We would like to thank the LISD voters who made this possible.”
The new 122,570 square-foot facility features six basketball goals, three volleyball courts, a 30-yard practice field and a weight room.
Lewisville ISD voters passed a bond referendum in 2017, with nearly 63 percent of voters in favor of the bond. Included in the bond package was a multipurpose facility/indoor athletic center for Hebron.
Due to ongoing health and safety precautions, tickets for the Friday, Feb. 5 basketball games against Lewisville High School are limited and will not be sold at the gate. Fans can purchase tickets and find more information atlewisvilleisd.brushfire.com.
To see renderings of other LISD bond projects like the district’s newest elementary school on Josey Lane, the LISD Outdoor Learning Area facility and others, visit LISD.net/bonds.