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Funding Results

Public Charter Schools Grant Program


Note: Recipients and funding amounts are subject to budget and administrative adjustments.

Public Charter Schools Grant awardees for fiscal year 2010-11.

Program Questions: Charter Schools Division, e-mail: charters@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-322-6029

Fiscal Questions: Charter Schools Division, e-mail: charters@cde.ca.gov, tel. 916-322-6029


County Name Local Educational Agency School Amount Approved
Alameda Berkeley Unified School District REALM Middle School $575,000.00 1/1/11
Alameda Oakland Unified School District Vincent Academy $575,000.00 4/1/11
Butte Chico Unified School District Wildflower Open Classroom K-8 Charter School $544,869.94 1/1/11
Humboldt Rohnerville Elementary School District Redwood Preparatory Charter School $375,000.00 4/1/11
Los Angeles Lancaster Elementary School District Life Source International Charter School $575,000.00 1/11/11
Los Angeles Los Angeles Unified School District Antecello Preparatory Academy $153,101.52 4/1/11
Los Angeles Los Angeles Unified School District Arts in Action $575,000.00 1/1/11
Los Angeles Los Angeles Unified School District Film and Theatre Arts Charter High School $575,000.00 1/1/11
Los Angeles Los Angeles Unified School District Lakeview Charter High School $517,500.00 1/1/11
Los Angeles Los Angeles Unified School District Triumph Charter High School $575,000.00 1/1/11
Los Angeles Los Angeles Unified School District Valley Charter Elementary School $575,000.00 1/1/11
Mendocino Fort Bragg Unified School District Three Rivers Charter School $365,647.65 4/1/11
Orange Capistrano Unified School District Community Roots Academy $375,000.00 1/1/11
Placer Tahoe-Truckee Joint Unified School District Sierra Expeditionary Learning School $568,166.13 4/1/11
Riverside Palm Springs Unified School District Cielo Vista Charter $375,000.00 1/1/11
Sacramento Sacramento City Unified School District Capitol Collegiate Academy $575,000.00 4/1/11
San Bernardino San Bernardino City Unified School District Carden Virtual Academy $375,000.00 1/1/11
San Diego California State Board of Education High Tech Elementary Chula Vista $375,000.00 1/1/11
San Diego California State Board of Education High Tech Middle Chula Vista $375,000.00 1/1/11
San Francisco California State Board of Education The Mission Preparatory School $559,290.82 4/1/11
San Francisco San Francisco Unified School District Gateway Middle School $517,500.49 4/1/11
Santa Clara East Side Union High School District Summit Public School: Rainier $575,000.00 1/1/11
Santa Clara Gilroy Unified School District Gilroy Prep School $575,000.00 4/1/11
Santa Clara San Jose Unified School District Sunrise Middle School $375,000.00 4/1/11
Santa Clara Santa Clara County Office of Education Downtown College Prep-Alum Rock $575,000.00 1/1/11
Santa Clara Santa Clara County Office of Education Summit Public School: Tahoma $575,000.00 1/1/11
Shasta Cottonwood Union Elementary School District Cottonwood Creek $243,512.13 4/1/11
Sonoma Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District Credo High School $375,000.00 1/1/11
Ventura Ventura County Office of Education River Oaks Academy $250,000.00 4/1/11
Yolo California State Board of Education California College, Career, and Technical Education Center $575,000.00 1/1/11

Public Charter School Grant Results
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Last Reviewed: Monday, May 8, 2017
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