Learning Center (complete) (formerly Innes Middle School)
1999 East Ave.
Akron, OH 44314-2696
330/761-7900; Fax 330/848-5212
Colors: Gold and Black
Average Class Size: 28
Average Enrollment: 718
Design Enrollment: 800
Principal: Kathryn Rodocker
The dedication ceremony took place on Wednesday, August 19, 2009. Students began attending classes in the new building on Wednesday, August 26, 2009.
Innes' Master Facility Plan
Innes was renovated, and seventh- and eighth-graders
relocated to Margaret Park Elementary School. Sixth-grade students relocated to Heminger Elementary School until renovations were complete.
The newly-renovated Innes CLC provides state-of-the-art equipment and plenty of classroom storage space. New science labs provide students with safer, better-equipped tools and expand learning opportunities to new levels. A new gymnasium was designed to make fitness and good nutrition fun and achievable and to maximize the amount of after-school activities available. The art room at Innes CLC comes equipped with a new kiln, which will allow art students to work with pottery and glass. In addition, students can take advantage of new art and drafting tables.
All designs are the work of an
architectural firm from one of six firms, which comprise the Akron
Architectural Group. AAG architects work with Akron Public Schools
architects on each site. The architectural firm designing the
Innes Community Learning Center was TC Architects (Todd Westover,
project architect). Gerald Taylor was
the Akron Public Schools liaison.
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