What is a Charter School?
According to the Charter Schools Act that was passed by California legislature in 1992, a charter school is a public school that is intended to operate independently of the traditional school district structure in order to provide educators, parents and students a method to accomplish the following:
How does a Charter School work?
San Diego Mission Academy High School uses a Personalized Learning charter school model that allows the learning program to be tailored to each student’s individual needs and interests. Each student focuses on one or two subjects at a time and meets with teachers and tutors virtually for instruction and support. Most of the schoolwork is completed at home.