KERA: CityLab High School plans to take learning to the streets


KERA has an in-depth feature story on Dallas ISD’s CityLab High School that will open next year.

CityLab will utilize a school-wide urban planning, architecture, and community development framework, making its downtown location (912 S. Ervay Street) an ideal site for its inventive academic offerings. Led by architect and veteran Skyline High School teacher Peter Goldstein and local architect Lorena Toffer, the school will provide a transformative educational experience where learning extends beyond the classroom walls into the streets where students live, work, and play.

Go here to see the full story from KERA.

Also, applications to attend CityLab High School, or any other Dallas ISD transformation schools, are being accepted through Jan. 31. Go here to learn more and get an application. The application window for CityLab is open to current eighth-graders.


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