Building permits for the Old Town Academy charter school were issued today, and construction is on schedule for the school to open on September 6.
Old Town Academy K-8 School is a free California public charter school that will have one classroom in each grade, with 28 students per grade.
Hubbell & Hubbell Architects and JMR Construction worked on an accelerated schedule to prepare the tenant improvement drawings and build-out for the adaptive reuse of the eastern building of the old Thomas Jefferson School of Law campus.
On June 17, the San Diego Daily Transcript featured a nice profile of the school’s founder, Christopher Celentino, in an article by Doug Sherwin titled, “Duane Morris attorney trying to change landscape of education.”
A pdf copy of the article is available here: Duane Morris attorney trying to change landscape of education