WITH EDUCATIONAL CHOICE
What's a Charter School?
Charter schools are free independent public schools with rigorous curriculum programs and unique educational approaches. In exchange for operational freedom and flexibility, charter schools are subject to higher levels of accountability than traditional public schools. Charter schools, which are tuition-free and open to all students, offer quality and choice in the public education system.
Choose Your TK-12 Path
Designed for students whose parents are actively involved in their education. Majority of school work is done at home.
Offers high school students an independent study option which provides daily support from teachers.
Students attend class 2-4 days a week and spend the remainder of the school week doing their work at home.
JCS, unlike many schools cares about each and everyone’s education. The teachers explain everything so that it makes sense.
This school is full of kind people and they teach us a lot of great things.
JCS is a good place because it is a bully free zone. JCS is a good place just to meet new people.
JCS is more than just a school to me; its a place where I feel secure…like a home.
JCS cares for their students deeply. They are not just teachers. They are mentors, friends, and family. JCS is not just a school. JCS is a group of close friends who work together to make it the best learning experience.
I chose JCS because it’s a school where I can be comfortable.
Getting the opportunity to complete my education at my pace is great! It was also a very good experience for my future years in college which requires independence.
With amazing teachers and diligent students, JCS has realized its dream of being a great school that will prepare us for the future.
I used to transfer high schools too often, changing schools almost every semester. I never felt welcome at any high school until JCS.
I came to JCS because my auntie graduated from here. Experiencing this new way of learning was scary at first, but now I love it! It definitely is helping me improve myself and my grades.