Officials from Franklin Academy, a K-8 charter school that teaches boys and girls in separate core classes, expects to go over plans Tuesday with the city’s planning, zoning and appeals board.
Plans call for an $18 million building on 10 acres on the north side of Hood Road, between Florida’s Turnpike and Interstate 95. The school would be U-shaped, with the boys one one side and girls on the other. School officials hope to open the two-story school for up to 1,300 students this summer.
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