CHARTER PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN MICHIGAN
Charter public schools are public schools that are governed by public officials.
Charter public schools are free to attend and are prohibited from charging tuition.
There is open enrollment for all students in Michigan at charter public schools. If they are oversubscribed, an official random selection drawing is conducted.
Charter public schools are accountable to their authorizer, a public education institution, based on the terms of their charter contract in the areas of academic performance, finance and operations as well as their school board members that are appointed by a public body.
Charter public schools identify a need in a community and serve the students based on that need.
Parents are provided an option on where their child is educated.
To learn more about charter public schools visit our Choice in Michigan page.