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Studio Twenty Seven Architecture awarded Charter School Campus Project

News—————30 May 2011

Building Hope, a Washington DC-based non-profit dedicated to supporting high quality public charter schools, recently awarded Studio Twenty Seven Architecture the commission to design the new Draper Campus.  Building Hope plans to develop the site, located in southeast Washington, DC, into a campus of (3) thirty to forty thousand square foot buildings that will each house a separate charter school.  Each charter will have its own unique facilities and teaching spaces but will share the site, parking, and other amenities.  Students of all ages, from preschoolers to high school seniors, will attend school on the campus, with each of the three charter schools serving a different student population.  Early Childhood Academy will teach students from preschool to third grade while Achievement Prep offers classes for fourth to eight grade students.  National Collegiate Preparatory will function as the high school.

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