Lichfield could see new schools built and existing ones expanded under new education plans.
Staffordshire County Council’s Cabinet will debate the proposals to create additional places at a meeting on 16th October.
Nether Stowe School and King Edward VI have been earmarked for expansion to meet increasing student numbers.
There are also plans to build new primary schools in the Short Butts Lane, Deans Slade Farm and Fradley areas.
More than £10million has been earmarked for the expansion of the two high schools with almost £17million on the agenda for the primary schools.
In a report to the meeting, Cllr Philip White, Cabinet member for learning and employability, said: “It is essential that children and young people in the county have access to a good, local school.
“We are also building on the success of previous years and continuing to plan ahead.
“We want to provide well-designed buildings and pleasant surroundings for Staffordshire children and, most importantly, ensure there are enough good school places available to meet current and future demand.”
The report added that the housing development boom had impacted on the need for local school places.
“A review of pupil place provision and a consideration of projected numbers from population trends and planned housing development within the county clearly demonstrate that in all areas there is a need to expand provision to meet growth,” Cllr White added.