What kind of school is Choices Charter School?

Choices Charter School is a free personalized learning public charter school that is authorized by the San Juan Unified School District and is fully accredited through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Our charter school provides students with an independent study program for grades 6-12.

Is Choices Charter School accredited?

Yes. Choices Charter School is fully accredited through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Credits earned while attending CCS are transferable to traditional public schools.

Do we have to live in a particular school district in order to enroll?

No. You must reside in Sacramento county or one of the eight adjoining counties.

When is the deadline for application?

We accept applications throughout the school year for current and future semesters.

How do I apply?

Come visit us for an information visit and apply at the same time. Just click this link for the next available time.

Is there a graduation ceremony?

Yes, there is a graduation ceremony near the end of the school year.

How many credits does it take to graduate?

Choices Charter School requires 220 semester credits to graduate. Students are typically enrolled as full-time students with a load of 30 credits per semester.

Is it possible to catch up on credits or to graduate early?

This may depend on the personalized educational plan developed with the counselor.

Can a student attend for a limited period and then return to their original school?

Absolutely! Students frequently come to Choices Charter School to get caught up on credits before returning to their original school to graduate on time with their class.

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