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St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School Submits Plans for New Expansion

After the planned rebuilding of St. Andrews United Methodist Church, St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School (1000 St. Stephens Road) has submitted plans to expand the private school with new buildings and parking.

According to the Development Special Use Permit (DSUP), the plan is to increase enrollment capacity at the school from 480 students to 520 students, as well as modernizing some of the school’s dated facilities.

The new plan will also add a total of 20 parking spaces to the school to accommodate the student body increase. The new development will include temporary trailers for students while construction is underway.

The plans are scheduled for review at the Tuesday, Feb. 2 Planning Commission meeting.

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