Atlanta charter will add a $55 million high school

July 10, 2012
School board approves plan to expand Drew Charter School

From CBS Atlanta: The Atlanta School Board has voted to expand Drew Charter School to include high school grades. The vote comes with the support of Superintendent Erroll Davis, who had previously said he would not support the expansion. The school has been serving students in grades preK to 8. Construction of a high school would cost abaut $55 million.


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