Community members came out for the second meeting on a proposed specialized prep school in Rochester.
The Mary L. Wright Charter School for Health and Legal Careers would focus on preparing 7th through 12th graders to proceed with health care and legal careers. Wright's Board of Trustees asked for community opinions.
They've also filled the community in on the type of curriculum that would be offered. Some already think this school will be able to do what the Rochester City School system can't.
"I love this city, I was raised in this city, but something has to be done," said Bishop Jeffrey Melvin, Church of God in Christ, "I think this charter school is one thing that will help to separate our children from being caught up in an underdraft of failure."
The charter school is the idea of Bishop James Wright, who named the school after his late wife and educator Mary Wright.
For more information on the school visit Mary L. Wright Charter School for Health and Legal Careers' website.