ST. LOUIS — A new charter school could be coming to the Dutchtown neighborhood in 2019.

The Missouri Charter Public School Commission will hold a public hearing and vote Wednesday on an application for Kairos Academies to decide if the school can move into the neighborhood, a press release from the commission said.

The 682-page application says the school would enroll 115 sixth graders at the start of the 2019 school year and grow one grade per year until they have all the way up to 12th grade.

The press release said the school will focus on personalized learning both by aptitude and interest.

The public hearing will begin Wednesday at 5:30 at the Thomas Dunn Learning Center at 3113 Gasconade Street in St. Louis.