On March 1, the E-SPLOST will be up for a vote again in Houston County.
That's a one-cent sales tax that helps fund education projects.
The Houston County Board of Education wants the money to go towards things like improved facilities, technology, and other renovations.
One of the Board's goals is to improve athletic facilities.
Seniors Marquez Callaway and Tesia Walker have been playing at Warner Robins High School for four years, and they both agree a better gym could have been a game-changer.
"Last season, we had to give up our home court advantage to a team that we really needed to play," Callaway explains. They were forced to move to another location.
"That gym had over 2000 seats, and this one barely holds 800."
"Everybody's all crouched in," says Walker.