Charter Schools

Parents WelcomeCharter schools are public schools of choice that are authorized by the State Board of Education and operated by independent non-profit boards of directors. State and local tax dollars are the primary funding sources for charter schools, which have open enrollment and cannot discriminate in admissions, associate with any religion or religious group, or charge-tuition. Charter schools operate with freedom from many of the regulations that govern district schools, but charter schools are held accountable through the State assessment and accountability system.


Zoom in or out using the + and - symbols on the lower left corner of the map. Or double-click to zoom in. Click on a dot to display information about that school.

Click on the icon with an arrow in it (upper left corner of the map) to select a school or use the checkbox to add new school applications to the map.

For school leadership:
Office of Charter Schools Recommended Accountability and Compliance Timelines