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About Innes CLC

  • The new Innes Community Learning Center opened on August 26, 2009.
  • Teachers have an average of 12 years of experience, and 63% hold a master's degree or higher.
  • Innes CLC offers academic support and enrichment opportunities to all students.

Innes CLC Programs:

  • Team-teaching for sixth-grade students
  • Special education services
  • Vocal and instrumental music
  • Work and family program
  • Career prep program
  • Health
  • Physical education
  • Art
  • Newspaper
  • Student Council
  • Community service
Innes CLC

History of Innes CLC

The original Innes school building was constructed in 1959 and is named in honor of Walter J. Innes (1909-44), whose life was characterized by his desire to serve his community and his country. Mr. Innes was an honor student and graduated from Kenmore High School in 1926. In 1932-33, he taught physical education in Akron Public Schools; and, in 1934, he returned to Kenmore High School to teach history. In 1942, he joined the Army during World War II and was killed in action in France in 1944. The dedication for the new building was held on August 19, 2009; classes started in the new building on August 26, 2009.