Shade Canyon School is a proposed authorized tuition-free public charter school within the Kelseyville Unified School District that would be located at 4335 Sylar Lane within the community of Kelseyville, Lake County, California. The project site is currently developed as the Kelseyville Lions Club. The proposed project would involve adaptive reuse of the Kelseyville Lions Club site into a new transitional kindergarten through 8th grade public charter school that would serve students from Lake County. Shade Canyon School would utilize the existing site buildings and progressively install additional modular classrooms and restrooms to expand to the desired full capacity over seven years. In the first year, Shade Canyon School would serve between 80 and 96 students in grades TK-2. Shade Canyon School would then add one grade per year until it becomes a full TK-8 program serving up to 264 students during the 2029-30 school year.
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Educational (Public Charter School TK-8)
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