The Clark County School District (CCSD) has adopted a program of phased replacements at a number of schools. During the mid-1990s, CCSD improved some of the oldest school campuses by adding classroom space, multi-purpose rooms, libraries, and other necessary learning spaces. Even with the new additions, older portions of these schools met the qualifications for replacement under CCSD Regulation 7112.
Instead of tearing down the entire school, including the newly added sections, the more mature components of the campus are reconstructed in stages until the older buildings have been replaced. The newer buildings are designed to match the additions, and when the project is complete, an entirely new school exists.