The nation’s best public charter schools are making it possible for families to find more schools that fit their children’s learning needs and create enhanced opportunities for life success.
The charter networks that we support represent some of the nation’s most successful operators of public schools.
The average CSGF-supported school’s performance ranks in the top quartile of schools in their states that serve students of similar socioeconomic backgrounds.
Roughly 80% of the 16,000+ graduates of CSGF portfolio high schools matriculated to college, a credential program, or the military.
CSGF portfolio schools help students from low-income backgrounds read on grade level at a rate that is >3x higher than statistical expectations.
More than 98 percent of Collegiate Academies’ seniors have been accepted to college. Eighty five percent of them will be the first in their families to attend college.
For two years in a row, more African-American students at the Brooke Charter Schools earned the highest score on the state math test than their counterparts in the entire Boston public school system.
Economically-disadvantaged Latino students at Voices College-Bound Language Academies are meeting or exceeding reading standards at nearly twice the rate of their counterparts in California.
Summit Public Schools’ Summit Prep High School ranked #1 in the Bay Area and #3 in California for serving students with disabilities.
Rocky Mountain Prep was the highest performing of all elementary schools in Denver that serve predominantly low-income students.
The schools that we have supported enroll over 665,000 students, of whom 73 percent are from low-income backgrounds and 91 percent are of color.
Charter networks supported by CSGF opened roughly 35% of all new charter schools that opened in Fall 2022.
Last year, CSGF made commitments that will enable charter networks to serve nearly 53,000 additional students every year going forward.
67% of the networks in the CSGF portfolio are led by people of color and 53% are led by women.
The number of students enrolled in the public charter schools that we have supported has increased more than 16-fold over the past decade. Within the next three years, our portfolio could serve nearly 750k students—and in doing so, prepare more students to succeed in college than any single school district in the country.