|Construction under way as Legacy Charter School makes more room for high school students|
Greenville, SC (May 9, 2012) - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Construction under way as Legacy Charter School
makes more room for high school students
GREENVILLE, S.C. – May 9, 2012 – Triangle Construction Co. has begun work on a complete renovation of the third floor of the old Parker High School building for Legacy Charter School.
The renovation will create new, self-contained space for high school (grades 9-11) students at the free charter school in West Greenville. The classrooms will feature Promethean boards and there will be computer and science labs.
William Trammel will serve as project manager for Triangle (www.triangleconstruction.com). Plans call for work to be completed by July 16.
“Legacy Charter School continues to grow,” says Kuterah Donald, high school principal at Legacy. “We are excited to see the results of the renovation and I know our students will thrive in an atmosphere that features state-of-the-art tools for education.”
Legacy Charter School will be adding 11th grade for the 2012-13 school year and grade 12 the following year. Middle school students (grades 5-8) will utilize the first and second floors of the Parker facility.
Legacy Charter School is a free, public charter school open to all students in Greenville County. The school has approximately 630 students in grades K5-10 and is located on two campuses in Greenville’s Westside. The Parker Campus serves students in grades 5-10, while the newly renovated campus at the site of the former Greenville County Fine Arts Center serves K5-4th grade. For further information, visit www.legacycharterschool.com