A public consultation will be taking place later this year on the plans for the relocation for Kenilworth School and Sixth Form.
In a Facebook post, Kenilworth Town Council said that an event will be taking place where members of the public will get to see the plans and to speak to members of the project team.
The plans would see a new secondary school and sixth form built at Southcrest Farm. The site was allocated for educational use in the Warwick District Council Local Plan, which was adopted in 2017.
The council also said in the post that it is anticipated that a planning application for the relocation will be submitted in early April with the aim of opening the new school in September 2021.
The post said an event will be held for the wider community on Saturday 2 March 2019 between 10am and 3pm also in the Upper School Hall.
It also said: "If you are unable to attend, the proposals will be online following the event at www.ksn.org.uk/relocationproject. Copies of an information leaflet and feedback form will also be made available at the School reception.
"You can also submit your feedback form to KSSFrelocation@arup.com."
More to follow.