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*** University Acceptances, class of 2017! Congratulations Shaynna M., Emilie C. and Brady S. - William Jessup University, Cameron N. - CAL Poly, Shayna M. - Azusa Pacific University, Hadeja Rush - CAL Maritime, Jackie C. - USD, Celta V. - Thomas Aquinas College, Bailee L. - Sonoma State, Faith F. - Simpson University - Seniors - Keep us posted as you hear from your colleges! *** Spring 2017 enrollment still open at select resource centers. All 2016-17 enrollment closes on March 10th, 2017. If you are interested in enrolling for the 2017-18 school year, our Enrollment Interest link will be live on March 13th, 2017!
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Pacific Charter Institute proudly welcomes our new program: Homeschool Guild to our families in Sacramento and San Joaquin counties.

About The Homeschool Guild:

We believe children deserve the opportunity to discover their own path. Homeschooling provides families the freedom to explore, and individualize curriculum based on different learning styles. The Homeschool Guild facilitates exploration via the use of community resources, student and parent educational experiences, service and curriculum vendors, and the support of a credentialed teacher. Enroll now to be part of our Guild family in Sacramento and San Joaquin Counties to share the benefits of leveraged PCI resources and local, personal connections!
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Pacific Charter Institute proudly welcomes our new program: H.E.L.M. to our families in Sacramento and San Joaquin counties.

The H.E.L.M. offers,

* Individualized education with weekly homeroom teacher time at various locations including youth centers, gyms, arts centers, community colleges, cultural centers, etc.

* Full curriculum selected based on student needs and learning styles blended from texts, projects, workshops, online, and virtual.

* Access to partnership activities based on student's program.

* Home-use technology (Microsoft Surface) for 21st Century learning possibilities.

* More teacher support than traditional homeschooling but with the benefits of a non-traditional schedule.

* Meetings closer to students’ activities and communities.

* Options for community college credit.

* Free & accredited school choice (WASC, UC, NCAA).
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Important Information Regarding Disclosure of Confidential Student Data

There is ongoing litigation between the California Department of Education (CDE) and the Concerned Parent Association. A Notice issued by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson states, “The lawsuit accuses CDE of widespread, systematic non-compliance by local educational agencies with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Section 504. The CDE denies these allegations and is actively defending the litigation”.
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