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  • Collinswood is too old, too crowded -- and in high demand. CMS has plans.

    Replacing the crowded 58-year-old building that houses Collinswood Language Academy is top priority in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools 2017 bond package.

Collinswood is too old, too crowded -- and in high demand. CMS has plans.

Replacing the crowded 58-year-old building that houses Collinswood Language Academy is top priority in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools 2017 bond package.
John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com