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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

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PUC Community Charter Middle School was founded in 1999 by Dr. Jacqueline Elliot with 100 families who desperately sought a better public middle school option for their community. The school was the first start-up charter school ever opened in the San Fernando Valley, is California Distinguished, WASC Accredited and serves grades 6 through 8. The goal of PUC Community Charter Middle School is to prepare and motivate all students for high school and eventual college graduation. Through total devotion to students, small class sizes, extensive exposure to the arts, personalized and nurturing assistance, and a rich after school program, the faculty has made great strides towards achieving this goal.  PUC Community Charter Middle School consistently demonstrates high academic achievement and a culture of mutual respect.  Several of our former PUC Community Charter Middle School students who are now college graduates have now returned as PUC teachers.

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PUC Community Charter Middle School serves grades 6-8.
If you are interested in enrolling your child in our school, please click on the link below.

CURRENT BOARD MEETING AGENDA/INFORMATION

– PARTNERSHIPS TO UPLIFT COMMUNITIES LAKEVIEW TERRACE (PUC LVT)*

Regular Board Meeting Agenda – November 18, 2020 (PDF Format)

*PUC Community Charter Middle School is governed by the Partnerships to Uplift Communities Lakeview Terrace (PUC LVT) Board of Trustees.
For more information regarding PUC LVT’s board meetings or to download current or past board meeting agendas,
please visit the PUC Schools Board Meeting Information page.
For information on board members, please visit the PUC Schools Board of Trustees page.