New Pacific School – Roseville is a tuition-free, full-day, school enrolling TK-8th grade students for Fall ’23. The campus will grow along with its students, eventually expanding to TK-12th.
Our small, safe, educational alternative to traditional classrooms aims to meet each student with the resources they need to become inquisitive and collaborative future leaders. Graduates of New Pacific school are ready to thrive in our rapidly changing world.
New Pacific School – Roseville offers
- Project based, hands-on learning
- Social-emotional student support
- Free lunch
- Before & after care
- Art & foreign language
Join our interest list and our team will reach out to you to discuss your personal needs and interests. Our team can set you up for any of the following:
- Campus tours!
- Virtual Information sessions with the Principal
- Invitations to talk to us at community events
- Emails to keep informed of new happenings and dates
New Pacific School empowers students to control their education.
We provide interdisciplinary coursework with real-world applications.
New Pacific School cultivates a connection between school, parents, and students.
New Pacific School is a tuition-free and inclusive public charter school.
Contact us at:
School Office: (916) 898-9512
General Information: (916) 890-7579
School Address: 143 Clinton Ave. Roseville, CA 95678
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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.
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.
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.