November 2022 Bond Information

Bond Election Information 

The Stephenville ISD Board of Trustees voted to call a $39,978,837 bond election to be held on Tuesday November 8, 2022.


The district’s last approved bond was in 2018 and included major additions and renovations to Stephenville High School, including CTE improvements, new Ag Science Center, Fine Arts improvements, new gym and softball complex, as well as safety and security improvements at Gilbert Intermediate. All projects from the 2018 bond are substantially completed and have been delivered on time and on budget. The specific areas being addressed in the proposed 2022 bond were not directly impacted by the 2018 bond.




New District Football/Soccer Stadium - $39,978,837


New District Football/Soccer Stadium

  • Football and soccer competition turf field 
  • Seating for 7,500 (approximately 5,000 home side with some chair back, and 2,500 visitor)
  • Press box, lighting, scoreboard, and AV equipment 
  • Home and visitor locker rooms/halftime facilities  
  • Home and visitor restrooms and concessions
  • Parking 
  • To be constructed on land already owned by the district at the corner of Frey Street and Wolfe Nursery Road
  • Suitable for hosting playoff games, tournament play, band, dance
  • Support school and community events and activities
Growth and needs at universities all across the country produce change for those institutions in use of their facilities beyond the game day experience.  As priorities change at Tarleton, Stephenville ISD proposes building a new home for our programs.  The opportunity to control our own destiny, to plan our own activities and to allow student program access under SISD direction would be an extension of the learning process.  Our home for our kids.

Stephenville High School does not have its own stadium and currently has an agreement in place for use of Tarleton Memorial Stadium for varsity football games. The contract between SISD and Tarleton State University concludes July 31, 2025. Construction of its own district stadium will allow SISD to provide a home facility for high school athletic programs, maintain control of its own scheduling, offer daily access for student programs and collect revenue from ticket, concession and rental sales for the first time in history.


"Tarleton has been a fantastic partner and host of Stephenville High School football for as long as anyone can remember. We appreciate that partnership as it will be part of Stephenville ISD lore. We wish Tarleton the best as it blazes a new path in its athletic future and look forward to partnering on other ventures," SISD Superintendent Dr. Eric Cederstrom stated.