2) City Neighbors. The operators of another successful charter school want to replicate the existing City Neighbors, with 200 students in kindergarten through eighth grade. They hope to use the building that will be vacated by closing Hamilton Middle. In 2010, they also want to start a high school for the students from both K-8s plus others, eventually serving 320. With its emphasis on project-based learning, arts integration and family involvement, the existing City Neighbors has an enormous wait list, which is what prompted the idea to replicate it.