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The Center for Early Learning – North – Columbia Public Schools2018-11-21T13:11:31+00:00

Project Description

  • The Center for Early Learning North Exterior
  • The Center for Early Learning North Atrium
  • The Center for Early Learning North Entryway
  • The Center for Early Learning North Library
  • The Center for Early Learning North Waiting Room
  • Columbia Public Schools The Center for Early Learning North Rendering

The Center for Early Learning – North – Columbia Public Schools

The Center for Early Learning – North, completed for the Columbia Public School District, is a 54,000 sq. ft. multistory new building in northern Columbia on the property of Lange Middle School, 2291 Smiley Lane. The school is home to a Title I preschool, an early childhood learning center for special education students with high needs and the Parents as Teachers office.

The center has 17 classrooms: 10 for the preschool and the remaining for the early childhood special education classes. Spaces are designated for physical and occupational therapy, educational and health screenings and speech therapy. The plan also includes a playground.

Location:
Columbia, Missouri

Project Type:
School Facility, Early Childhood Education Facility

Size:
54,000 sq. ft.

Construction Cost:
$8,395,720

Completed:
December 2016

Project URL:
CPS Early Childhood Education

Facility Highlights:

  • 17 classrooms
    • 10 Preschool
    • 7 Early childhood special education classrooms
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Educational and health screenings
  • Speech therapy
  • Playground