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Horizon Charter Schools Weather the Fiscal Crisis
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Horizon Charter Schools Weather the Fiscal Crisis

In spite of the doom and gloom of California’s fiscal crisis and its impact on public education funding, Horizon Charter Schools are weathering the storm by offering unprecedented educational options that include adding hybrid programs in Auburn, raising the instructional funds available for independent/home study students, and providing academic support and enrichment to independent/home study students through credentialed teacher-based instruction in core content areas.

All education options are offered at no cost through Horizon Charter Schools.

In the Auburn area Horizon is opening two new hybrid options.  For grades 7-12, School of Kreativity, Innovation, and Excellence (SKIE) provides a multiple pathways program that includes core academics, project and community-based learning and opportunities for arts and media exploration. For Kindergarten through grade 6, the Respect for Excellence and Creative Young Hearts (REACH) program will provide a creative, supportive, hands-on learning environment respecting children’s diverse learning styles.

Traditional independent/home study students in all grades will be provided an increase in instructional funds for the 2011-2012 school year to allow more parental choice in curriculum, classes, and electives.

Academies and classes fill up quickly and parents interested in finding out more about enrolling in any of Horizon’s free public education options should contact the Admissions Department as soon as possible at 916.408.5210 or 800.338.8003 or visit their website online at www.horizoncharterschool.org. School starts August 15 and Horizon is taking applications throughout the summer

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