Minneapolis district will share one of its high school campuses with a charter school

Dec. 3, 2008
Growing charter school will move into space at North Community High School

TheMinneapolis school district plans to allow Dunwoody Academy, an independent vocational charter school, to move next fall into space at North Community High School. Dunwoody Academy and North High will continue to operate independently, but some programs, including athletics and special education, may be shared to cut costs. Dunwoody is outgrowing its current location, and North High's enrollment has decreased by more than half since 2003.

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