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Process—————26 November 2013

Building Hope, a national, non-profit charter school facility financing organization, celebrated its 10 year anniversary with the Charter School Night at the Ballpark on September 20, 2013. Around 10,000 students from Washington, DC charter schools attended the baseball game with friends and family. Studio Twenty Seven Architecture was honored to be part of this celebration and appreciates the vision and efforts of Building Hope as they assist innovative charter school programs in growth and development. Mayor Vincent Gray said it better than we can: “There is a lot to be hopeful for in our city. Overall our performance scores are increasing, more families are staying here, and more of our children are going to college…organizations like Building Hope are making these achievements possible.”

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