Estero High School students make their way to class in front of one of the portable buildings on campus Thursday. Lee County School District members in coming weeks will tackle the idea of accommodating rapid growth by building additions at existing schools to increase student capacity. Area high schools typically top out around 2,000 students. Superintendent James Broward on Thursday told school board members a school similar to Estero High on the state's east coast accommodates twice that many after it was expanded.

Photo by Cary Edmondson, Bonita Daily News

Estero High School students make their way to class in front of one of the portable buildings on campus Thursday. Lee County School District members in coming weeks will tackle the idea of accommodating rapid growth by building additions at existing schools to increase student capacity. Area high schools typically top out around 2,000 students. Superintendent James Broward on Thursday told school board members a school similar to Estero High on the state's east coast accommodates twice that many after it was expanded.

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