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Reporting information for persons, firms, associations, partnerships, or corporations offering or conducting a full-time day school at the elementary or high school level for students between six and eighteen years of age.
Correspondence/Documents
Written materials that offer guidance to public and private schools about private school issues.
Private School Affidavit
The online form required annually of private schools; links to related statutes, to the Private School Directory, and to Frequently Asked Questions about private schools.
Resources
Web sites for selected state and federal agencies.
Questions:   Private Schools | 916-445-7331
Last Reviewed: Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Recently Posted in Private Schools

  • Report to the Legislature, Title II, 2009-10 (PDF) (added 24-May-2016)
    Report of the number of private school teachers and administrators served by the provision of professional development services, and the type of professional development provided.
  • Report to the Legislature, Title II, 2010-11 (PDF) (added 24-May-2016)
    This report is required by Item 6110-195-0890 of the CA State Budget Act of 2010–11, which allocated $500,000 in federal Title II, Part A funds to provide professional development for eligible private school teachers.
  • Report to the Legislature, Title II, 2011-12 (PDF) (added 24-May-2016)
    This report is required by Item 6110-195-0890 of the CA State Budget Act of 2010–11, which allocated $500,000 in federal Title II, Part A funds to provide professional development for eligible private school teachers.
  • Report to the Legislature, Title II, 2012-13 (DOC) (added 24-May-2016)
    This report is required by Item 6110-195-0890 of the California State Budget Act of 2012-13, which allocated $373,000 in federal Title II, Part A funds to provide professional development for eligible private school teachers.
  • Report to the Legislature, Title II, 2013-14 (DOC) (added 24-May-2016)
    This report is required by Item 6110-195-0890 of the California State Budget Act of 2013-14, which allocated $353,604 in federal Title II, Part A funds.