Pacific Charter Institute provides site-based, five-day a week, personalized learning through our New Pacific School program. New Pacific School is helping bring educational choice in the form of free, full-day, TK-12th charter schools. Often opening as TK-5th grade, New Pacific Schools are designed to add grade levels as the students grow.
Focused on providing equitable, and innovative education that builds connectedness between students, parents, and school, New Pacific School students enjoy child-centered academic, social, and emotional education in a small school setting.
- Free Public Charter School
- Empowered Self-Directed Learning
- Small School Ideal for Personalized Attention
- Project Based Learning
- Art & Foreign Language
New Pacific School Information
New Pacific School empowers scholars to control their education.
Child-centered academic learning in a small school setting.
Educational professionals dedicated to seeing students reach their goals.
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Medical Assistant and EKG TechnicianYoung Ruslan Normukhamedov had desired a career in the medical field, but as one of three sons of a struggling single mother, that desire appeared to be an unattainable dream. Then, while he was a sophomore at a nearby public...
A Win For School ChoiceVirtual Information Meetings and Interest Lists for Fall 2023 TK-5th Grade Enrollment Happening Now. In a win for school choice, the Folsom Cordova Unified School District (FCUSD) School Board approved New Pacific School – Rancho Cordova charter...
How New Pacific School Defines Student SuccessWe recently asked New Pacific School’s Roseville Principal, Eric Garber, “How can a parent know if they have chosen the best educational setting for their child?” Staying true to New Pacific School’s child-centered...
No one will argue against the fact that the pandemic changed our children's lives in ways we possibly cannot begin to imagine. Most recently, California's K12 public school state test scores reflected a general learning loss across the state. No one should be shocked,...