Posted May 16, 2018 12:05:37A new adventure academy in Dallas is set to open next month, and the adventure capital of the world is getting a new school for students.
The newly-formed Adventure Communist Academy of Dallas will open on July 2 in downtown Dallas.
The academy has been approved for use as a private school, meaning that students can bring their own equipment and materials.
The Academy will also include a fitness center, and students will also have access to a library, a meeting room, and other recreational facilities.
Adventures Academy of North Texas was founded by former Dallas Mavericks basketball player and avid adventure aficionado Scott Walker.
The organization currently has around 20,000 students, and has a long list of events and programs planned for the coming school year.
The adventure academy is located at 2201 W. Elm St. The school will be located on the first floor of the Irving Plaza apartment complex.
A Facebook page for the academy says it is dedicated to “exposing the best in adventure education to the entire world.”
The academy’s curriculum includes a “bio-intensive” program that focuses on science, technology, and education.
It also offers students a chance to participate in team-building activities, which includes team competitions and the chance to work with children.
Walker said the academy hopes to provide more opportunities for children to be involved in the community, including in local parks and public parks.
The school will also offer classes in the field of physical education.
A team training program will also be offered for students, which include a group activity and the ability to build their own fitness equipment.
The Adventure Communist Institute of North America, which is run by Walker, will be the primary provider of equipment.
The institute is also responsible for the curriculum.
Walker said he was excited to see that Adventure Communist was coming to Dallas.
“It’s a huge community of adventure enthusiasts,” he said.
“It’s not like other schools that have a large number of students.
So, to have that community here is great.”