The Fresno (Calif.) district is constructing a $65.3 million campus in southeast Fresno for its alternative education programs.
The 12.8-acre Francine and Murray Farber Educational Campus will be the new home for students now attending programs at Cambridge Continuation High School, J.E. Young Academic Center, and the eLearn Center, reports GV Wire.
Students will be given dual enrollment opportunities and enroll in several career technical education program pathways. Students in these programs will have access to an on-site school library, which is not available at existing program sites.
The campus also will have a Student Union, and spaces will be available for community meetings for parent groups and others.
The facility will provide office space for district departments, including special education and the Department of Prevention and Intervention.
The campus is expected to open in August 2024.