ODESSA, TX (KWES) - Some people have dreams of starting their own business or running a marathon.
Though Linda Subia, co-founder of Adinvita School of Design Thinking, she dreams of opening a new school.
"I learned the other day from one of my mentors, he said if you don't do it, who is going to do it," said Subia.
Hard at work in her home office, Subia works on Adinvita, the private school she co-founded.
"We are focused on creating multifaceted students in order to keep up with the new generation," said Subia.
The vision for the school is to have students learn a normal curriculum but also work on independent projects which improve the community.
"Our students in this new generation want to have a purpose behind everything they do," said Subia.
Subia, an educator herself, knows why a school like this is important, especially since she knows what it took to get it off the ground.
"Last October I put my house up for sale and I wanted to use the funds to open the school," said Subia.
For dreams to come true, there has to be support which Subia has.
"I have a co-founder, Amanda Ramirez, she's been helping me day and night," said Subia.
Whether its new designs or having teachers invested in the idea of the school, Subia wants this school to be for all students of the Permian Basin.
"We want to make it special," said Subia.
Dreams come in all shapes and sizes, for Subia, her dream involves 145 students, engaging teachers, and a great first year this upcoming fall.
For more information on the school visit https://www.adinvita.org/