Granada Hills Charter, the nation's largest charter school, will take over the six-acre private campus in the 2014-15 school year.
The school's development director said community meetings will be held to determine what the Pinecrest site could be used for. The Northridge campus currently enrolls students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
"We could have a ninth grade or a middle school or an elementary school - our options are endless," Carrie Boutros told the Daily News. "Nothing is off the table. We just have to find the right fit for this community."
Pinecrest currently enrolls students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
Granada Hills Charter has an enrollment of 4,300 students and was named a California Distinguished School in 2011.
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