Seminary on Berkeley’s ‘Holy Hill’ to hold community meeting on lease plan


BERKELEY – Pacific School of faith will host a community discussion board on Monday to debate strategies to lease its main classroom building to some constitution school.

The meeting will get place during the Seeley G. Mudd classroom building, 1798 Scenic Ave., beginning at six:30 p.m.

In Oct, PSR declared it experienced signed a letter of intent to lease the Mudd building to REALM Constitution Schools.

REALM’s middle school, which serves sixth- through eighth-graders, would work inside the Mudd building starting in tumble 2018. The middle school now is at 1222 University Ave., Berkeley.

REALM’s government director, Victor Diaz, will be at Monday’s meeting to reply questions, according to an announcement from PSR.

The PSR campus, bounded by Arch Avenue, Virginia Road, Scenic Avenue and Le Conte Avenue, is in the best of ‘Holy Hill,’ a short distance north of the UC Berkeley campus.