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Charter school Pride Prep plans $750,000 expansion

Pride Prep, Spokane’s first charter school, will embark on a $750,000 expansion, according to city permit data.

The school, which serves grades six through 12 through its Pride Prep Middle School and Innovation High School, will expand into and renovate existing vacant space in the building it occupies at 811 E. Sprague Ave., its location since its 2015 opening.

The work will bring an additional 5,700 square feet in classroom space and 8,300 square feet in office and support space.

The work is being done by Finley Construction, of Spokane. Pondera Architecture, also of Spokane, did the design.

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