• Building a New PGCPS
  • Leveraging Innovative Public-Private Partnership to Build Schools Faster and at Lower Cost
  • One of Prince George’s County Public Schools’ most immediate needs is making upgrades to our facilities that are decades overdue. To help support this effort, PGCPS is supporting a legislative proposal that provides $1.8 billion in capital investments for new and renovated schools throughout the county. PGCPS is working with County Executive Angela Alsobrooks, the Board of Education, and our elected officials to support a bill before the Maryland General Assembly. The proposal, if passed in Annapolis, will build and renovate 18 schools by 2026, providing improved and new facilities for 24,000 students. This impressive undertaking will provide state-of-the-art facilities with updated technology to ensure our students are receiving a high-quality education in a high-quality setting.

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  • PGCPS School Construction Facts

  • Average age of existing school facilities is nearly 50 years old.
  • Provides for $1.8 billion in capital investment in our schools.
  • $180 million savings in deferred maintenance and construction costs
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  • Build and Renovate 18 Schools:School icon

    1 High School

    8 Middle Schools

    9 Elementary Schools

     Delivery Dates:
    August 2022, 2024, 2026