Projects

Following the passage of a $183.4 million referendum on November 8, 2016, Champaign Unit 4 School District is currently in the planning phase of six capital projects that will have a broad, positive impact on student learning. 

Now accepting applications for the Oversight Committee.

Central High School - $87.1 Million 

  • Maintain current school site in core of community.
  • Construct three-story classroom addition following selective demolition of Northwest wing of the building to accommodate growing enrollment and eliminate portable classrooms.
  • Renovate and repair existing infrastructure, including building-wide air conditioning, new windows, and updated security systems.
  • Modernize classrooms, auditorium, cafeteria, music, arts, and renovate existing Career & Technical Education spaces.
  • Purchase properties to double site size.
  • Expand gym space and construct on-site fields for student participation in PE, athletics, and band.

Centennial High School - $63.3 Million 

  • Renovate and repair existing infrastructure, including HVAC, windows, and security systems. 
  • Modernize all classrooms, music, arts, as well as common spaces such as the auditorium and cafeteria. 
  • Construct Career & Technical Education spaces.
  • Expand gym space to accommodate larger student enrollment. 
  • Expand school to accommodate growing enrollment and eliminate portable classrooms. 
  • Renovate and refurbish on-site fields for physical education, athletics, and band. 
  • Continued use of Tommy Stewart field for Friday night football games by both high schools. 

Edison Middle School - $15 Million 

  • Exterior Upgrades
  • Accessibility enclosures and upgrades
  • HLS upgrades
  • Classroom renovations
  • Cafeteria and gymnasium replacement
  • HVAC system upgrades
  • Higher efficiency systems 

International Prep Academy - $6 Million 

  • Build an addition, modernize classrooms and common spaces, update infrastructure, and address safety issues.

Dr. Howard Elementary School - $16.1 Million

  • Demolish the existing structure and construct a new school on the current school site.

South Side Elementary School - $11.1 Million 

  • Build an addition, modernize classrooms and common spaces, update infrastructure, address accessibility and safety issues.

Central High School Fields at South Side - $6.2 Million 

  • Competition track & field/JV football (turf)
  • Practice football (sod)
  • Support building (restrooms, lockers, concessions, and storage)
  • Additional parking

Central High School Fields at Franklin/Spalding - $3.6 Million

  • Competition baseball (sod) 
  • Practice baseball (sod) 
  • Additional tennis courts
  • Dugouts, concessions, restrooms, bleacher