- How much is tuition?
- What counties do you serve?
- How do I learn more about your homeschool program?
- How often do we meet with our HST (Homeschool Teacher)?
- Do teachers meet with families in-person or virtually?
- Do your schools participate in testing?
- What if my question has not been answered?
Yes! Our schools offer Renaissance STAR 360 assessments 3x per year for all of our students. We appreciate the STAR 360’s ability to gauge where children are academically. Parents can receive a detailed report highlighting areas in which their children are thriving, or areas they might need to focus on specifically. We participate in STAR 360: Online Reading and Math Assessment, ELPAC: English Language Proficiency Assessments for California, PFT: California Physical Fitness Test, SBAC: (Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium) California state tests in language arts and math, and the CAST: California Science Test.
- What is the difference between Clarksville and Feather River?
- How many work samples do I need to submit each learning period?
- What community opportunities are available for my child?
- What are the steps for becoming a community partner/vendor?
Sequoia Grove Charter Alliance is the Charter Support Organization (CSO) for Lake View, Clarksville, and Feather River Schools. Students will have largely the same experience at any of our schools as we share programs, staffing, events, etc. Some of our schools share counties and some only serve specific counties.
- What are the immunization requirements?
- How do I know if my interest form was successfully submitted?
- What is the admissions timeline?
- What is your Transitional Kindergarten (TK) policy?
- What is your Kindergarten policy?
- Does the sibling of my currently enrolled student get priority enrollment?
- Are you still accepting students?
- How do I know which grade my child should be enrolled in?
- What is the 7th Grade Diabetes Notification
- What documents are needed to complete the enrollment process?
- How quickly will student get off the waitlist?
- Who can I contact with enrollment questions?
California Education Code Section 49452.7, requires local educational agencies to provide parents and guardians of incoming 7th grade students with information regarding type 2 diabetes. All families of incoming 7th graders receive a copy of this notification.
Should you receive a spot for the 2023-2024 school year, you need to provide a full copy of the following documentation:
Student Enrollment Application (A full application will be sent to you with the offer letter.)
- Proof of minimum age requirement (Birth Certificate, Passport, etc.)
- Proof of Residency / Student Residency Questionnaire within the counties we serve - Please provide one item from this POR Requirements Document.
- Immunization Records (Vaccinations are NOT a requirement of enrollment in a non-classroom based charter. All students must provide a copy of immunization records or fill out the immunization card as it applies.)
- Academic Records for students in 9-12th grades (unofficial transcripts)
- Copy of 504 and/or IEP (if applicable)
- Caregiver Affidavit (if applicable)
Additional documentation required:
For incoming TK, Kindergarteners, & 1st graders who did not attend Kindergarten at a public school:
- What curriculum options do Feather River families have?
- When can I start ordering curriculum?
- Does Feather River reimburse for out-of-pocket purchases?
- Can I use a religious curriculum?
HSTs (Homeschool Teachers) partner with families to create an individualized lesson plan. This lesson plan ideally will reflect the family's vision for homeschooling, including the curriculum to reflect the needs of each family. Most secular curriculums could be ordered and used by Clarksville families.
- What options are available for high school students?
- Are all Feather River classes virtual?
- How do I enroll in a virtual academy?