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lumbus finally opened for the 2013-14 school year, more than two weeks later than originally expected.
The charter school’s opening was delayed because of problems related to an intended move to a former church at 51 N. Brooks St.
Remodeling delays temporarily forced the school back into its original location at 3136 N. National Road.
Head of School Jonah Sims described Monday as an exhilarating day for students.
“It was a wonderful atmosphere,” he said.
Sims has been unwilling to speculate on a date for a permanent move to the new site.
Part of that will depend on the findings of Ball State University, which holds the local school’s charter and has been concerned about the school’s ability to give students the education they deserve during a shortened school year.
Joan Todd, Ball State’s executive director of public relations, could not be reached about the status of the university’s audit.
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