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King-Chávez Neighborhood of Schools

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King-Chávez Neighborhood of Schools

King-Chávez Neighborhood of Schools is a remarkable choice in public education for students residing in the Historic Barrio District and Downtown San Diego. With seven academies spanning preschool through high ...

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King-Chávez Neighborhood of Schools

An Education Built on Love

King-Chávez Neighborhood of Schools is a remarkable choice in public education for students residing in the Historic Barrio District and Downtown San Diego. With seven academies spanning preschool through high school, and a program to support alumni through college, King-Chávez charter schools provide a uniquely love-centered approach to educating children. The schools' success record proves this approach could serve as a national model and change agent for transforming underserved neighborhoods.

Published June, 2016

King-Chávez Neighborhood of Schools

King-Chávez Neighborhood of Schools is a remarkable choice in public education for students residing in the Historic Barrio District and Downtown San Diego. With seven academies spanning preschool through high ...

Read Summary »

King-Chávez Neighborhood of Schools

Una educación basada en el amor

King-Chávez Neighborhood of Schools is a remarkable choice in public education for students residing in the Historic Barrio District and Downtown San Diego. With seven academies spanning preschool through high school, and a program to support alumni through college, King-Chávez charter schools provide a uniquely love-centered approach to educating children. The schools' success record proves this approach could serve as a national model and change agent for transforming underserved neighborhoods.

Published June, 2016

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