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Ogden — Ogden Preparatory Academy, Ogden’s first charter school, has expanded and constructed two new buildings. OPA administration, staff, students, civic and government leaders and parents will celebrated with a ribbon cutting celebration and tours of the school Nov. 1.
Ogden Preparatory Academy Elementary and Jr. High School occupy new buildings on Lincoln Avenue in Ogden. The new 38,685-square foot Jr. High is located at 1435 Lincoln Ave. The elementary school is located next door at 1415 Lincoln Ave. and is 53,751 square feet.
“We have constructed the new facilities to complement the demand for high-quality, public education in the Ogden area,” said Amie Campbell, Ogden Preparatory Academy principal. “We envision the school as a community gathering place for learning.”
This fall, OPA administration welcomed 1,041students. Currently, 81 charter schools across the state serve approximately 50,000 students.
As a charter school, Ogden Preparatory Academy is publicly funded, but independently operated.