LUA is committed to empowering students and teachers to create a classroom environment that fosters curiosity, innovation, and problem solving. The school has operated out of a building previously owned by Rockpoint Church, which was built in 1973. LUA purchased the building and is embarking on big plans to modify and expand the facility to create a better learning environment for students and staff.
The groundbreaking event was hosted by LUA’s Dean of Students, Daniel Juhlke, and Director, Molly Dandelet. They shared the journey of this next chapter of LUA, and how the new building will have major impact on current and future students.
“This is a building with flexible space that allows you, our students to play games, collaborate, problem solve, and stretch your thinking. This is a building that intentionally holds space for community so that relationships can be fostered… This is a building that acknowledges innovation with a larger STEAM lab, room for the arts, and outdoor learning spaces. This is a building with a brand new gym where memories can be made,” shared Molly Dandelet, Director of Level Up Academy.
The project started construction and is anticipated to be fully complete by fall 2022. It includes:
Stay tuned to our website and social pages for future updates on the construction progress.