Commitment 1

Commitment 1

Five Times More College Graduates within the Communities We Serve
Commitment 2

Commitment 2

After Four Years with Us Students Are Proficient
Commitment 3

Commitment 3

Students Commit to Uplift Our Communities Now and Forever


Partnerships to Uplift Communities (PUC Schools) is a non-profit charter school organization consisting of a total of 14 schools authorized by Los Angeles Unified School District, currently serving the Northeast San Fernando Valley and Northeast Los Angeles. The schools are designed to significantly increase college entrance and graduation rates for underserved students in the 2 Los Angeles communities referenced above. Partnerships to Uplift Communities is served by another non-profit organization, PUC National, which was created in order to support and enhance the achievement of the mission of the schools and also replicate the model in other communities.

PUC Schools was founded on a belief that superior schools build superior communities. Our current schools have achieved outstanding results with our students, and we look forward to bringing that success to more students in the communities we serve. Our schools serve all students, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, or disability.

What’s New

  • Puede leer este mensaje en español, a continuación. Click here to download this letter in PDF format. Happy Anniversary to PUC CCMS! 25 years ago today, September 8, 1999, was the very first day of school for Community Charter Middle School


Available for Public Comment

PUC Schools – Panel Memo Regarding Conflict of Interest Code (11.07.2022)

PUC Schools – Proposed Conflict of Interest Code (November 2022)

Partnerships to Uplift Communities Valley, Partnerships to Uplift Communities Los Angeles, Partnerships to Uplift Communities Lakeview Terrace (PUC Schools) intends to amend a conflict of interest code pursuant to Government Code Section 87300 and 87306. Pursuant to Government Code Section 87302, the code will designate employees who must disclose certain investments, income, interests in real property and business positions, and who must disqualify themselves from making or participating in the making of governmental decisions affecting those interests.

The proposed amendment will reflect title changes of two positions, and an addition of one new position.  The position of Director of Educational Technology will change to Director of Digital Learning and Assessments.  The position of Director of Curriculum and Assessments will change to Director of Language and Literacy.  The position of PUC National Deputy Chief Executive Officer will be added as a Consultant.

A written comment period has been established terminating on November 30, 2022.  Any interested person may present written comments concerning the proposed code no later than November 30, 2022 to PUC Schools at 1405 N. San Fernando Blvd. #303, Burbank, CA 91504.


Partnerships to Uplift Communities
Los Angeles

Regular Board Meeting Agenda – September 14, 2023

Partnerships to Uplift Communities
Lakeview Terrace

Regular Board Meeting Agenda – September 14, 2023

Partnerships to Uplift Communities

Regular Board Meeting Agenda – September 14, 2023

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