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Bridges Charter School is committed to providing a high quality, effective, and standards- based program through the education of the whole child, whereby the individual student is challenged, engaged, supported, healthy and safe.
Our mission is to educate the whole child using a combination of innovative curriculum and instruction along with social/emotional education embedded in the program. Students will be enabled to reach their innate intellectual, creative, and leadership potential through our commitment to nourish curiosity, compassion, independence, resourcefulness, and respect for diversity.
Our vision is to create a K-8 learning community in which all teachers, parents and students partner to support the cognitive, emotional and social success of our students; where there exists positive, respectful and peaceful collaboration; and where children are enabled and empowered to become lifelong learners and compassionate global citizens.
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We provide many opportunities for building resillency, we teach students how to navigate their peer-peer and peer-adult conflicts, and we put into practice research-based curriculum for social emotional learning.
Respecting student diversity, by providing opportunities for our students to become active, engaged, and critical citizens, and by providing meaningful learning experience that promote the betterment of humanity.
Inquiry Based Learning
At Bridges Charter School, we believe that the most meaningful learning happens when students are actively engaged in hands on learning with projects that are driven by their own interests.
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If you are a family new to Bridges, the first step to enrolling will be to attend a Kindergarten Orientation or a Parent Information Meeting/Tour.
Complete Application and Enrollment paperwork and submit it to the front office
Once a completed application form is submitted the students will be put on an enrollment list.
School Creates Reading Adventure For Families. As featured in the Acorn
READING IN NATURE—Students get a first look at the newly posted storybook pages for this year’s StoryWalk at the Conejo Valley Botanic Garden. The event runs through May 14. Courtesy photo.