TALLAHASSEE, Fla.(WWXL) — Tallahassee's newest charter school has unveiled it's facility.
Officials with Tallahassee Classical School held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday.
The school is set to focus on "classical studies."
This means that students will learn how to write cursive and speak Latin along with other traditional ideas.
"We go back to some of the educational roots and make sure that our kids have a really strong foundation so that way as they get older they can start exploring their education through socratic seminars dig deeper into the subject area and really become a well-rounded individual," said Adrienne Campbell, Principle and co-founder of Tallahassee Classical School.
The school is also taking preemptive measures against COVID-19.
Campbell says crews have installed a special air filter that will eliminate the virus as well as help with allergies.
The first official day of class is Tuesday, August 31.