Redding School of the Arts (Redding, CA) and Journey School (Aliso Viejo, CA), both K-8 charter public schools, were awarded Green Ribbon Awards from the U.S. Department of Education.
Seven charter public schools with sustained progress in academic improvement among low-income students were honored with the 2012-13 Academic Achievement Award.
The 2013 Grazer Outstanding Achievement in Learning Award goes to CHIME Institute’s Schwarzenegger Community School, a K-8 charter school in Woodland Hills. The prestigious GOAL award focuses on special education, celebrating innovation and “exemplary practices” that serve California youth with disabilities. Presented to just one school each year, 2013 marks the first time the GOAL award was presented to a charter school.
Granada Hills Charter High School wins consecutive three-peat at the 2013 US Academic Decathlon. El Camino Real Charter High School wins second place.
Highlights milestones of the charter school movement’s history, and provides links to general resources about charter schools.
Each year, CCSA advocates for fair and adequate funding for charter schools. In 2012 we fought for, and with your help, secured many funding wins for charter schools.
To help CCSA members celebrate National Charter Schools Week and to kick-off the 21st Annual California Charter Schools Conference next year in San Jose—CCSA is proud to offer a flat rate registration special of $325.00.
National Charter Schools Week held May 5-11, 2013, is an opportunity for charter supporters, leaders, teachers, parents and students to continue to raise public awareness, organize local activities and outreach, and focus on advocacy issues impacting charters.
Charter school advocates across the country will celebrate great work accomplished by charter public schools and the increasing momentum that we have enjoyed over the past year.
One of the greatest things about gathering for our annual conference each year is the chance to reconnect to the sense of momentum that our movement continues to build.
Schools earning California Distinguished School recognition are chosen because of their strong commitment and innovative approaches to improving student academic achievement. “California charter schools are known for innovative approaches that enable each child to achieve academic success,” remarked Jed Wallace, President and Chief Executive Officer of the California Charter Schools Association.
Four public charter school champions in the U.S. House of Representatives are seeking support for an increase in federal funds for the federal Charter Schools Program (CSP).
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On April 11, parents of students at 24th Street Elementary announced that they have overwhelmingly chosen an unprecedented partnership between Crown Preparatory Academy and the Los Angeles Unified School District to operate their school under a unified K-8 model.
The California Charter Schools Association is deeply disappointed with the actions of both the Carlsbad Unified Board of Education and the County Board of Education regarding the denial of a new petition and appeal of the Oxford Preparatory Academy’s (OPA) new charter school.
Granada Hills Charter High School and Pinecrest Schools in Northeast Los Angeles announced on April 8 that Granada Hills Charter has acquired Pinecrest’s Northridge Campus located at 17081 Devonshire Street.
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CCSA’s special education team has recently had the pleasure of learning about the Da Vinci Charter Academy’s program. In the 9th year of operation, the school achieves tremendous success with unique populations through a project-based learning approach to instruction.
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