NOTICE: The original bond referendum voting date of March 31, 2020, has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“ONE” is the 2020-2030 comprehensive overview and long-term facilities renewal and improvements plan for Rock Hill Schools that can help the district reach its goal to transform our school campuses into One Rock Hill Modern Learning network for every graduate's success. The product of a community stakeholder-driven process, "One" aligns to the Rock Hill Schools’ Strategic Plan, Modern Learner education philosophy, Board goals and Superintendent’s Focus Areas.
Projects in the ONE Plan fall into one of three key project areas with a total cost of $294.8 million:
- Safety, Security & Costs Savings ($32.3 million, including contingencies and construction management),
- Renovation, Modernization or Replacement of Existing Facilities & Equipment ($227.3 million, including contingencies and construction management), or
- Arts, Athletics & Wellness ($35.2 million, including contingencies and construction management).
NOTICE: The original referendum voting date of March 31, 2020, has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Rock Hill School District No. 3 of York County (the “School District”) has been advised by the State Election Commission that Executive Order 2020-09 issued by the Office of the Governor provides that “any election, to include special, county, and municipal elections, scheduled to be held in this State or conducted by an agency, department, or political subdivision thereof, on or before May 1, 2020, shall be postponed and rescheduled.”
Rock Hill Schools will inform the public at such a time when the bond referendum vote is rescheduled.
For frequently asked questions please click here.
Project overviews, including estimated costs are included on this website.
If approved, district staff will update each project status when design and construction begins.
In the Media
Rock Hill school district asks voters to OK $294.8M for new schools, upgrades
The Herald, February 21, 2020