To achieve at their maximum potential, students need
- Learning spaces that enable innovative, high-quality instruction
- A physical infrastructure that supports use of current technology and ensures safety and security
- A healthy environment for learning, with good air quality, lighting, heating and ventilation and water that is safe to drink
- Schools that are integrated into their communities, providing resources and support that extend beyond the school day
The Board of School Commissioners has made it a priority to provide high-quality, modernized facilities for students and staff. Find out how City Schools is working to realize that priority by
Detailed information about facilities plans is also available in the annual Comprehensive Educational Facility Master Plan.