, a successful but sometimes controversial charter school, has been looking for space to grow and, this week, a new solution surfaced.
Come August, the charter school will take over the converted bakery currently occupied by the building on Rodriguez Street, the Santa Cruz Sentinel reported.
Ceiba currently serves grades 6-9 and will "ladder up" to 10th grade in the fall. Last year, it maxed out the space it rented from the city at the corner of Main and Second streets, so the high school program expansion was housed at Cabrillo College's Watsonville campus this school year.
The Santa Cruz Sentinel is reporting that Ceiba will only be in the Adult Education building for one year, but all of the programs currently operating there will be displaced.
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