Building Our Future: Capital Projects

The Capital Improvement Program includes dollars for renovations, modular classrooms, additions to existing schools, and construction of new schools

About two-thirds of the Capital Improvement Program dollars are set aside for renovations. This shows how old some FCPS buildings are and how much the School Board cares about making sure every school is set up for success.

Information on public meetings related to capital projects are listed on each project webpage as linked below.  

School Board meetings can be viewed on FCPS Cable TV Channel 99 (Verizon Channel 11), the FCPS YouTube Channel, and on the FCPS website.

Recordings of School Board meetings and work sessions can be viewed on the FCPS YouTube channel.

Current Capital Projects

The schools listed below are some of the currently funded projects, which are underway based on their order in the Renovation Queue Status.

Armstrong ES

Bonnie Brae Picture

Bonnie Brae ES

Bren Mar Park ES

Brookfield ES

Centreville High School Picture

Centreville HS

Cooper MS

Cooper MS

image of school with word construction at bottom

Crossfield ES

sketch of school with words permitting across bottom

Dranesville ES

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Dunn Loring ES

Falls Church HS

Herndon ES Permitting Picture

Herndon ES

image of school with word construction at bottom

Justice HS

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Lees Corner ES

Louise Archer Elementary Picture

Louise Archer ES

graphic of Mosaic Elementary School under construction

Mosaic ES

Wakefield Forest Elementary

Wakefield Forest ES

Willow Springs Elementary Picture

Willow Springs ES


Proposed Capital Projects

These projects are proposed and are scheduled to be included in future school bond referendums.

  • Cub Run Elementary
  • Franklin Middle
  • Union Mill Elementary
  • Centre Ridge Elementary
  • Poplar Tree Elementary
  • Waples Mill Elementary
  • Sangster Elementary
  • Twain Middle
  • Saratoga Elementary
  • Virginia Run Elementary

Completed Capital Projects

These projects have all been completed in recent months.

front of school with words completed across the bottom

Braddock ES

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Fox Mill ES

Frost MS

picture of school with words completed at the bottom

Hybla Valley ES

image of the Madison High School

Madison HS

Oak Hill ES Completed Image

Oak Hill ES

image of Oakton High School

Oakton HS

image of Washington Mill Elementary School

Washington Mill ES

image of West Potomac High School

West Potomac HS


Renovation Queue Status

*as of February 2024

The renovation queue is explained in the Outlook section of the Capital Improvement Program publication. 

A full listing of schools, to include renovation status, is in the Appendix of the Capital Improvement Program publication. 

Please see the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) webpage for the most recent information and publication.  

Completed Projects


School NameRankRenovation Completed
Clermont ES12015
Terraset ES22015
Sunrise Valley ES32015
Garfield ES42015
Terra Centre ES52015
Thoreau MS62016
Westgate ES72016
Haycock ES82016
Langley HS92018
Ravensworth ES102016
Woodlawn ES112015
Forestville ES122018
North Springfield ES132016
Springfield Estates ES142017
Keene Mill ES152016
Bucknell ES162017
Cherry Run ES172018
Waynewood ES182018
Stratford Landing ES192018
Newington Forest ES202018
Hollin Meadow ES212001
White Oaks ES222019
West Springfield HS232019
Mount Vernon Woods ES242020
Herndon HS252021
Rocky Run MS262021
Belle View ES272020
Annandale Terrace ES282020
Clearview ES292021
Oakton HS302022
Hughes MS312022
Silverbrook ES322020
Hybla Valley ES332023
Frost MS352023
Washington Mill ES362022
Braddock ES372023
Fox Mill ES382023
Oak Hill ES392024

Capacity Enhancement

School NameCompletion
Madison HS2022
West Potomac HS2023

Under Construction

In Permitting

In Planning Design


School NameRank
Willow Springs ES50
Centreville HS51

Not Funded

These renovation projects are proposed and are scheduled to be included in future school bond referendums

School NameRank
Cub Run ES54
Franklin MS55
Union Mill ES56
Centre Ridge ES57
Poplar Tree ES58
Waples Mill ES59
Sangster ES60
Twain MS61
Saratoga ES62
Virginia Run ES63

Office of Chief of Facilities Services and Capital Programs

The Office of the Chief of Facilities Services and Capital Programs is responsible for capital projects, building operations, and facilities support functions. Responsibility for capital projects includes developing, implementing, managing and directing capital construction projects.

Design and Construction Current Solicitations to Bid

Get information on how to pre-qualify for Capital Bond Improvement Projects.

Browse Current Solicitations