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New Pacific School (NPS) small campuses offer free, innovative education with personalized, child-centered academic, social, and emotional programs. Project-based learning, foreign language, art, and a cultural paradigm of responsibility, community, and leadership are part of our Leader in Me paradigm.

New Pacific School builds connectedness between student, family, and school while providing students with the resources they need to become inquisitive and collaborative future leaders, ready to thrive in our rapidly changing world.

School has already begun at our Roseville campus. There are very limited spots remaining in 2022-23.

Applications are being accepted now for both our Roseville and Rancho Cordova school sites. Apply Today!

New Pacific School campuses open TK-5th grades in their inaugural year and expand grade levels to “grow” along with the students!

Learn more about our New Pacific School locations:

Join our prospective families list here to be personally contacted by a member of our team to discuss your student’s individual needs and interests!

Prospective families have access to:

  • Call today to schedule your campus tour (916) 890-7579
  • Live online information meeting
  • Emails to keep informed of new campuses
  • Notifications of enrollment windows and procedures
  • Invitations to connect with our team in the community


Thank you, Pacific Charter Institute & New Pacific Schools for giving me the ability to chose my educational path.



New Pacific School empowers students to control their own education by focusing on self-esteem and self-efficacy. We support a self-directed curriculum that cultivates independent motivation to become lifelong learners. Our dedicated wellness teams support students social-emotional and student well-being.

Project-Based Learning

New Pacific students engage in interdisciplinary coursework with real-world applications. We provide children with a college-ready curriculum and opportunities for dual enrollment at community colleges. Students of all abilities can explore their strengths through guided career exploration and counseling. Foreign language and arts are available to students at all grade levels. Click here to look in depth at New Pacific School’s Learning Strategy Chart.


Our small and multi-age classrooms cultivate a connection between school, parents, and students to build a firm foundation for social-emotional learning for all students at all levels. New Pacific School is a TK—12 learning community where students are empowered to be self-directed scholars and encouraged to embark on a rigorous, personalized learning plan supported by their community of caregivers, teachers, and peers.


New Pacific is tuition-free and inclusive of all students regardless of race, gender, language, or ability. Respecting others’ experiences and beliefs is an integral part of our social-emotional curriculum. New Pacific School is open to all, including English language learners and students with special needs.

Professional Collaboration

New Pacific School is committed to being leaders in whole-child education, inquiry-driven learning, and family partnerships through high-quality educational programs, school resources, and highly qualified school personnel.

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At New Pacific School, every student gets the support they need to thrive. 

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Registrar: Theresa Myers


Phone: 866-992-9033 x 3051

Fax: 916-924-6670

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