Gateway Community Charters (GCC) plans to construct and operate two charter school programs in the Robla community of Sacramento, north of the I-80 corridor. The proposed Higher Learning Academy would serve up to 650 students in grades K-12. Potentially in addition, students from Futures High School, currently housed at 3701 Stephen Drive in North Highlands (approximately 4 miles northeast of the Site, as the crow flies), would be relocated to the Site to serve up to 250 students in grades 9-12. At build-out, the Site would support up to 900 students in grades K-12. The project is projected to employ 40 staff members at max capacity. The schools would draw students from existing and proposed residential neighborhoods. The project will be funded by state proposition 1D funding.
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