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Work Started on $34 Mil Charter School Facility in Granada Hills

7/17/19

Granada Hills Charter has started work on a new $34 mil facility in the northern San Fernando Valley. It will be located on the schoolís Devonshire site, which Granada Hills Charter purchased in 2014 and currently houses the iGranada Digital Arts and Sciences program.

The development is being built by C.W. Driver Companies. WLC Architects Inc is the architect for the project.

Granada Hills High School first opened in 1960 and was converted into an independent charter school in 2003. The new space will allow the charter school to expand its curriculum to offer transitional kindergarten (TK) through eighth grade programs and will enable the school to increase its capacity to more than 6,000 students. Recognized as one of the largest charter schools in the U.S., construction of the new facility is expected to complete in August 2021.

The project includes the demolition of pre-existing buildings, installation of interim portable classrooms and construction of the more than 90k sf TK-8 campus. The new structure will include a three-story, 48-classroom building; full-service kitchen and eating area; multi-purpose room; lighted sports field; locker rooms; basketball courts and an administrative office as well as additional parking and pick up/drop off areas.

First year enrollment will begin in fall 2019 with 384 spots available for transitional kindergarten, kindergarten, as well as first and sixth grades. Over the next five years the remaining gradesí programs will open, with a total TK-8 capacity of 1,425 students. Interested students are admitted via a lottery and will transition into Granada Hills Charterís ninth through 12th grade program upon completion of eighth grade.






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