Paideaia Charter School (2012)

Phoenix, AZ

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The Paideia Academies, Inc built a new school facility at 16th Street and Baseline Road that serves 550 students at full capacity in a 48,000 square foot building with 44,000 square feet for the charter school, 2,000 square feet for preschool, and 2000 square feet for a family resource center. The school facility will consist of 3 classrooms per grade for K-3 grades, and 2 classrooms per grade for fourth through eighth grades. The classroom size ranged from 660 to 950 square feet depending on the grade served. The school facility has a spacious multipurpose room for sports needs (with basketball court), arts events (with platform stage and green room), cafeteria needs (with serving kitchen), and for school community gatherings (with removable chairs). Also on the first floor is the multipurpose room, music classroom, the Family Center of the school, and the four preschool classrooms. The second floor contains classrooms for the higher grades (3rd-8th), the Arts Classroom, and Science Lab. Both floors will have a mix of the schools business offices and storage rooms.

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