Working with troubled youth has been the calling for Ted Ginn Sr., current coach of the Glenville High Track and Football Teams. His vision for reaching, developing and saving the youth of the inner city has lead him to partner with the City of Cleveland School District to form a Charter School. The mission of the school is to provide an ideal learning environment where young men will receive individual mentoring, learn respect, and gain the self confidence they need to succeed in life. The campus will consist of 3 buildings surrounding a quad. An academic building is structured to provide a Small School learning environment where the students will be broken down into 4 academic schools with class size limited to 18 students per class. Each academic environment is set up to allow for teaching to multiple intelligences, while allowing space for two classes to combine for special projects. An English-History, or a Math-Science module is easily accommodated in the project area. Many of the students coming to this school will be coming from difficult home circumstances. These students will be accommodated in the dorm facility, where councilors and support staff will provide the social services these students are in need of. Continuing the tradition of athletic excellence, a field house will provide the students much needed space for exercise and fitness, a key component to Mr. Ginn’s philosophy of using athletics to teach children self discipline, and self worth. Currently, the school is entering a fund-raising campaign and classes are set to start in the fall.