There are still a few seats available at some grade levels for the 2017-18 academic year! Global Learning Charter is open to all students within the area without any need for inter or intradistrict agreements. Open enrollment is expected to fill quickly, so check now if you're interested in having your child attend our school. Call us at 730-7768 for more information!
Open enrollment for the 2018-19 academic year will begin Monday, 12/4/17, and close on Tuesday, 2/6/18. All but a few seats are available for TK and Kindergarten, and limited space will be available for other grade levels. Please note that there are no preferences by address this year. All interested students should complete a preliminary enrollment application, and submit it before 2/6/17 for the best chance at admission.
Each day after school, Jacob Negrete enters the office, greets administrators and office personnel politely, and asks how our day was. He then asks if there is anything he can do to help us. He never interrupts and always speaks in a caring and helpful tone. Jacob volunteers to pick up the cones in our parking lot areas. He has never been asked to do this, but he saw that a need existed and stepped right in to fill that need! His caring heart shows not only in the acts that he does, but also in the tone of his voice. When he leaves for the day, he always wishes everyone a "great afternoon!" To see a news clip from KSEE24, go to http://www.yourcentralvalley.com/news/your-character-matters-global-learning-charter-schools-jacob-negrete/871262248
The Visalia Unified School District Board of Trustees held their Annual Organizational Meeting on Tuesday, December 12, 2017. The Board elected William A. Fulmer as the Board President and Patricia M. Griswold as Board Clerk for 2018. Congratulations, Mr. Fulmer and Mrs. Griswold!
Visalia is proud of its quality K-12 education, with a foundation of 38 traditional elementary, middle and high school campuses. Visalia Unified School District stays abreast of technological changes and secures funding necessary to build new campuses to keep up with Visalia’s strong population growth.