DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - A new school is coming to life inside an old eyesore in Dayton.
The Dayton Bilingual Academy opened Tuesday in the former Boys and Girls Club at 601 S. Keowee Street.
Students have been learning the ropes for the past week or so, but Tuesday was the first official day of class.
The Bilingual Academy teaches kindergartners through second grade with plans to add a grade each year.
It specializes in in teaching in English and Spanish.
"We offer full time Spanish to primary students, so they take Spanish class every day for 45 minutes," said Cassandra Ward, Director of Instruction.
The building is fully renovated. An open house will be held September 12 from 5:00 pm until 6:30 pm to show prospective parents and students the facility.
About 70 students are currently enrolled. You can still enroll your child by calling 937-546-2636.
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