Facilities Needs Committee
Hollister High School is now the fourth largest high school in Northern California and continues to grow. The school has capacity for approximately 3,437 students, but for the 2022-23 school year, enrollment is projected to exceed 3,500 students.
As San Benito High School District works to serve current residents and a growing student population, we formed a Facilities Needs Committee to provide input on the location, educational programs, facilities, and access for a second high school. The Committee is composed of educators, parents, students, as well as community and business leaders.
Be sure to review our Facility Needs FAQ Pages for more information on a second high school:
Facilities Committee Meeting Dates:
Meetings take place on the following Wednesdays at 5:30PM in the Davis Library at Hollister High School except for the last meeting for the 2022-23 school year.
- March 1
- March 22
- April 25
- Tuesday, May 23 (Board of Trustees meeting in the Davis Library).
Hollister High School Robotics students discuss their programs with members of the Facilities Needs Committee.
Hollister High School reached capacity in 2022-2023, with 3,500 students enrolled.
Superintendent Tennenbaum shows the culinary classroom the Facilities Needs Committee members.
Committee members tour the woodworking shop in the Career Technical Education building, built by funding
from voter-approved bond measures.
3,500 students pass between classes three times a day on campus.
Studio 205 provides multimedia students with opportunities to create broadcasts on campus.
The Facilities Needs Committee has heard presentations about how recently-built high schools navigated
the funding, planning and construction process.