The ACE Charter School is proposing to develop a new middle school campus at 2000 Kammerer Avenue on a 1.7 acre site adjacent to Cesar Chavez Elementary School in the Mayfield neighborhood of San Jose, in Santa Clara County. The site is a portion of a 4 acre surplus land parcel owned by and leased from the Alum Rock Union School District. The project consists of the construction and operation of approximately 17,400 sq. ft. of building space in 18 classrooms, an administrative building, and associated parking. The new school campus is scheduled to open in August 2012. There are also plans to build a multipurpose room in the future, contingent on a future capital campaign to commence in 2012.
Educational (New charter middle school campus, 473 students)
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