Voters in Frenship ISD approved a $300 million bond to build new schools.
Plans include three new campuses, including adding a second high school.
Administrators say it will have a minimal effect on property taxes, an increase of 0.8 percent. This is attributed to a surge in Wolfforth's growth, both in homes and businesses.
Superintendent Michelle McCord said schools are a focus when people are moving to a new community.
"It's important to have great school systems, so Lubbock and Frenship and Wolfforth are attractive to families and businesses to come to this area. It's really got a great economic impact as well."
The district plans to open its fourth middle school in 2023, the second high school in 2024 and ninth elementary in 2025.