Equitas Academy Charter Schools

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Equitas Academy Charter Schools are free public schools for families who believe their children deserve a high-quality education and challenging school experience. Our school model offers credentialed, passionate, and dedicated teachers and staff who are experts in their field. We value:
  • High Expectations. Structured and disciplined classrooms, school-wide behavioral code of conduct, and school uniforms
  • College Readiness. Extended school day and year, enrichment activities, and preparation to enter top-performing middle, high schools, and, ultimately, college
  • A Family Partnership. Ongoing communication with parents about academic and behavioral progress, at-home visits by staff, and family workshops
  • A Safe & Supportive School Community. We help our children make positive choices through our school values of curiosity, optimism, gratitude, grit, self-control, social intelligence, and zest.
2016-2017 Student Enrollment
Equitas Academy is our flagship Elementary School and serves a total of 450 students in grades Transitional Kindergarten through fourth grade. 

Equitas Academy #2 is our Middle School and serves a total of 400 students in grades 5 through 8.
Equitas Academy #3 is our second Elementary School which opened in the fall of 2015. It serves over 200 students in Transitional Kindergarten through first grade. It will grow to serve TK through fourth grade. 
Equitas Academy #4 is our second Middle School, opening in the Fall of 2017 and will serve 5th grade students in its first year. It will grow to serve grades 5 through 8. 
Equitas Academy Charter Schools are part of the Building Excellent Schools Network. Learn more here.
Our Student and Family Handbook is attached for your review. If you would like a copy of our charter petition, please contact our office at (213) 201-0440.
Office Hours are from 8:00 AM-3:00 PM Monday through Thursday and 8:00 AM-1:15 PM on Fridays.

Student Demographics: 95% Latino, 3% African American, 2% Asian; 92% qualify for federal free/reduced lunch, 85% English Learners