East Bay Innovation Academy
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|East Bay Innovation Academy|
3400 Malcolm Avenue
|School type||Public School|
|Founded||October 24, 2013|
|Opened||August 10, 2014|
|School district||Oakland Unified School District|
The East Bay Innovation Academy, or EBIA for short, is a public charter high school and a middle school in Oakland, California within the Oakland Unified School District. . The school was founded on October 24, 2013 and opened on August 10, 2014 by Rochelle Benning and Laurie Jones. It is notable for merging progressive ideals like project-based learning with schooling.
East Bay Innovation Academy has around 420 students. 39% of these students are white, 22% of students are hispanic, 15% of students are black, 14% of students are two or more races, and the remaining 10% is other. These statistics are less diverse than average OUSD diversity statistics.