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Project to help Charlton School, and troubled girls, grow

Four new classrooms are being added to the Charlton School in a $4.5 million project that began this month.
Four new classrooms are being added to the Charlton School in a $4.5 million project that began this month.
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Following a change in how most of its students are chosen, the Charlton School for troubled adolescent girls is building a classroom addition. The $4.5 million building project was started earlier this month and will allow the private school on Lake Hill Road to offer smaller classes and more individual attention, said Don Marshall, the school’s executive director. “One of the keys to what works here is our size,” Marshall said. The work, by Jersen ...


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