During their four years at Charter Arts, each student receives 2,000 hours of intensive artistic instruction - the equivalent of $60,000 in arts classes - which helps economically disadvantaged families support their children's creative aspirations.
DeLaSalle offers mental health, addiction recovery, parenting, and concentrated remediation supports within the school.
Rowe's founders partnered with Bain & Company, a leading global business consulting firm, to provide financial support, a financial plan, and research on instructional best practices.
Capital City was the first parent-founded charter school to open in the nation's capital.
Federal charter schools program funding moved this school from a converted dairy barn into a top-notch facility.
Namaste, where health and wellness is closely embedded into their rigorous academic curriculum, serves as an incubator to identify and share best practices.
Crossroads give parents a good reason to stay in Kansas City.
Members of Oklahoma City's arts community serve as artists-in-residence at Harding Fine Arts Academy to help student achieve their artistic or post-secondary endeavous.
The 'home away from home' atmosphere of this charter school helps to combat the high dropout rate for Alaskan Native and Native American students in Anchorage.
BLSYW is best known for their students featured in the critically acclaimed documentary STEP. Here's a close look at how the school was founded.