Charter schools offer an institutional hybrid. Like traditional public schools, charter schools are free, and they can’t discriminate against students because of their race, gender, or disability. However, parents must usually submit a separate application to enroll a child in a charter school, and like private schools, spaces are often limited. Charter schools are independently run, and some are operated by for-profit private companies.
Crescent City has a large number of charter schools. Here, you can learn about the charter schools available in Crescent City.
Uncharted Shores Academy
Unchartered Shores Academy is a tuition-free K - 8 Charter school.
The Academy offeres a combination of home and classroom-based education.
The school focuses on character development and multi-age education where students are grouped according to academic and social development...
Taa'-at-dvn Magnet School
Taa-'at-dvn is the Tolowa name for Crescent City and honors the Tolowa town that stood where Crescent City stands today. The Magnet School was created to focuson Native American Students who were leaving the public schools and dropping out, thereby ending their formal education.
Klamath River Early College of the Redwoods
The vision of Klamath River Early College of the Redwoods is to create healthy and sustainable communities through transformational education.
Klamath River Early College of the Redwoods uses a performance-based model. Students are assessed and placed in appropriate levels based on their...
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