FAQ's

What is a Charter School?

A Charter School is a state-funded program that allows schools to operate with more flexibility than traditional public school. Charter Schools are similar to public schools in many ways, including being required to meet all state graduation and testing standards. All those who qualify for graduation receive a state-accredited high school diploma, just like you receive at a traditional public high school.

Are charter schools public schools?

Charters schools are public schools. They are non-sectarian, tuition-free and open to any student who wishes to attend. Charter schools allow parents, teachers and the community to transform our public school system. Choice is a powerful tool for parents seeking access to quality education for their children.

Is there a cost to attend?

As a public school, there is no cost to attend and admission is not based on an external characteristic, such as academic ability or family income.

Can he/she graduate early? Is there an opportunity for my child to catch up on credits?

Taylion programs are designed to fit the student’s pace. Our counselors will meet with your student after enrollment to discuss their goals and create a personalized learning plan to help them reach that goal.

Are you accredited?

Yes, we received our six-year accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

Who can enroll?

Being a charter school, Taylion Academy serves all, not just those who meet selected criteria. There are no requirements for entry other than a desire to learn.

When can I enroll?

Taylion Academy has open enrollment year round. To learn more about our enrollment process click below!
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