Charter Schools are public schools created by a group of parents, teachers, or community leaders who see an educational need in their community and want to meet that need. To operate, charter founders must submit an application for approval by the State Charter School Board or the board of a school district. Like other public schools charter schools serve students from Kindergarten through 12th grade.
How much is tuition?
Monticello Academy is a public charter school. We do not charge tuition. There are nominal fees for students in grades 6-8 (Junior High) and for activities/clubs before or after school.
Do the students wear uniforms?
Purpose of Uniforms
School uniforms are required at Monticello Academy and are intended to allow students to learn in a safe environment which fosters the learning process and is free from unnecessary disruptions. Uniforms also improve school safety and discipline, help avoid the disruption of the classroom atmosphere and decorum and prevent disturbances among students, decrease violence and theft among students, and foster and promote desirable school operating conditions and a positive educational environment.
The uniform policy is one example of Monticello Academy’s high standards of excellence in conduct, safety, and student achievement. Uniforms are mandatory for all students. Exemptions may be allowed in extenuating circumstances, such as students with physical disabilities, to accommodate religious beliefs, or other special needs. Financial assistance for obtaining uniforms may also be available for low income families. Decisions regarding exemptions and financial assistance are made by the CEO.
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2782 S. Corporate Park Drive West Valley City, UT 84120