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Spring NWEA Sign Up

It's that time to start scheduling the final round of NWEA Math and Accelerated Reader Testing for the 2023-2024 school year.
Please read the description on the Sign Up Genius- we want the kids to take their time and not rush through.

2023-2024 Field Trips

We are so excited to offer a new round of field trips. Please pay attention to age restrictions. All field trips meet at the location and parents drive/carpool with their children. An Arete teacher will meet you there. Please watch dates closely and make note of the field trips that require prepayment for adult chaperones.

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Director's Message

Arete Charter Academy recognizes the value of each child and strives to inspire students to learn and grow to their potential by providing a quality education through a positive learning experience.  We work in partnership with the home and community to meet the individual needs of the student and develop the learning and social skills necessary for maximizing lifelong learning potential.
 
Arete Charter Academy believes that an educated person in the 21st Century is a confident, life­long learner, who can communicate effectively, think creatively, reason logically, manage resources effectively, and understand and capitalize on their own talents, strengths, and abilities. Operating at 16229 Duggans Road, Grass Valley, California, Arete Charter Academy will improve educational opportunities for students and families in Nevada County and surrounding counties by providing a school that is:
 
Offering a rigorous academic curriculum to all its students.
Committed to maintaining high expectations for both academic and personal performance.
Believing that students deserve the opportunity to have instruction delivered in a way that is meaningful and accessible to them.

Providing a supportive school environment.
Including parental involvement as an essential element of a quality educational experience.
Acknowledging that every person is valuable and deserves respect.
Knowing that all students can learn and that they learn in different ways.