School Day: There are two school day education programs at UCP:
Tuition Free Charter Schools – School Day Tuition is free for:
All students are requested to pay an annual $35 supply fee.
Infant - PreK Program (for students without disabilities)– Rates range from $125 to $216 per week for full day program based on the age of child/campus.Part-time options are available for infants/toddlers. UCP accepts the following funding:
UCP Charter Schools offer before and after school programs at all our campuses (hours vary by campus) based on availability/space.The cost ranges from $20-$27 per week (rates vary by campus) for before school care and $60-$69 per week (rates vary by campus) for after-school care.
If you are interested in before/after school services – check with your Family Services Case Manager for availability. Once availability is confirmed – the next step is to sign a contract with the Education Program Coordinator at the campus.
UCP Charter Schools are generally open for Camp days when there is no school if there is enough parent interest (exception is the first week of Winter Break and Spring Break. Cost is $32-$48 per day (rates vary by campus).Parents need to sign up/pay a deposit no later than 2 weeks before the camp day.
UCP Charter Schools also provide a summer enrichment camp/program on all our elementary campuses. Full day program costs between $115-$155 per week (with before/after care available).Information about the various summer enrichment programs will be available in March 2018. Current parents can sign up/complete a summer contract at their campus. New parents/parents just interested in summer camp can complete an initial inquiry form and our Family Services Case Manager will contact you.
Q1: Is there a cost to attend UCP Charter Schools?
UCP Charter Schools are free for eligible students (PreK ESE students, all Kindergarten through 5th-grade students and Middle/High School students with disabilities)
Q2: What happens on the tour?
The tour is an opportunity for you to see the school In action and determine if it’s the right fit for your child! We know all children have unique needs/learning styles and by seeing the school with your child you can determine if it’s the best school for your child!
Q3: How do I know where my child is on the waiting list?
You can check in with your Family Services Case Manager.
Q4: What happens if I don’t hear from someone after I submit an inquiry form?
If after 3 business days, you don’t hear from someone – please send an e-mail to [email protected] and the Director will follow up.
Q5: Can I start therapy services while waiting for a classroom space?
Yes – you can start your child’s occupational, physical or speech therapy while waiting for a classroom space! Let your Family Services case manager know you are interested in doing this.
Q6: Can I start at one campus and transfer to another campus when a space opens?
Yes – you can though we prefer you do this at a natural break such as the beginning of the school year or mid-year.