Welcome to Forest Charter School
Dear Forest Charter Families,
Thank you for being a part of our amazing school! We value the contribution that each of our unique families brings to our school community. As you know, at Forest Charter we are committed to nurturing a lifelong love of learning in all of our students. We pride ourselves in our ability to offer personalized learning programs to honor each individual student's learning style. Our highly qualified California-credentialed supervising teachers work hard to make sure your child has everything he or she needs, whether you are involved in our home-school program, block classes, or co-ops.
Unfortunately, state and federal funding doesn’t cover the full costs of all of our student programs. That’s why we are asking for your generous support during our 2019 Giving Campaign. Your donation—of any amount—will ensure that our individualized learning programs can remain as strong as ever!
Thanks to your past support, we have been able to enhance the Forest Charter student experience by buying science lab equipment, updating our K-12 curriculum, restocking our school library with new books, helping to offset the costs of field trips, and more. Additionally, over the past few years, we have been able to build up the Forest Charter Scholarship, which we will award for the first time in 2020.
This year our goal is to raise $20,000, which will go a long way in strengthening our existing and yet-to-be-dreamed-up programs.
We suggest an annual contribution of $250 per student to help us meet our goal—but our main objective is to inspire everyone to give as generously as they can. It takes a village, after all.
Thank you for your continued support of our school and, more importantly, our students.
FCSEF Board Chair
For more information regarding our affiliations with the above organizations, please visit our Affiliations page.Forest Charter School is a public charter school that accepts and serves all students, including students who are English learners and whose parents/guardians are not proficient in English. Further, FCS will use information families provide about their English proficiency only to identify services for the student and it will not affect enrollment eligibility. FCS welcomes non-U.S. citizens, students with disabilities, low-income students, and students who are struggling academically or require additional academic supports. FCS uses a public random drawing “lottery” for enrolling students and only turns away students when there are no seats available.
For concerns regarding our school’s Title IX compliance, contact Meshawn Simmons or call 530-265-4823