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Portage Path Community Learning Center

Portage Path Community Learning Center

Public Use Beyond the School Day

The Portage Path Community Learning Center (CLC) serves as an elementary school for students in kindergarten to fifth grade during the day, and it is open for community use and events during evenings, weekends, and summers.

The original Portage Path Elementary School building was constructed in 1908. The school’s history can be traced back to the “Portage Path” a route used by Native Americans to travel from Lake Erie to the Ohio River, utilizing the Cuyahoga and Tuscarawas Rivers of Summit County as a connection.

Our team’s scope of work encompassed site analysis, all design phases, and construction administration. We also conducted presentations to community planning teams, city planners, the Mayor, Akron Public Schools, and joint City of Akron/Akron Public Schools Board of Review.

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Akron Public Schools

Key Features

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56,600 sf building
3,500 sf gymnasium
2.5 acres
Four kindergartens, fifteen classrooms, three special education classrooms and resource rooms
Media center
Cafetorium with stage connected to the gymnasium

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