Bullard High School had a pep rally of a different sort in their gym Sunday.
Parents and high school students came to a special dedication for the new Bullard High School. Bullard superintendant Jim Wright says the $11.6 million school has solved the district's over-crowding problems.
Grades nine through twelve started classes in the new building early January. The teens say they are already seeing the benefits of having a larger school.
"I have heard some of the students say that I don't get to see as many of our my friends, except maybe coming down the stairwell," said Jim Wright, Bullard I.S.D superinendent. "And I took that as a compliment because this is all under one roof, and the security is so so much better."