D/M Charter SELPA

Charter SELPA

We are a statewide educational organization governed by representatives from member charter schools (also known as local education agencies). We are one of the three primary programs operated by CAHELP. Similar to the Desert/Mountain SELPA, our support services align with state and federal laws, informs best practices, and empowers student-focused decision-making. We work in collaboration with our member charter schools to provide educational opportunities for students with disabilities, and we serve as a resource to the community on issues related to special education, prevention and intervention supports, and behavioral health supports for all students. We are the liaison to member charter schools to consult in the area of effectiveness of special education through review and modification, coordinate services among schools and community resources, and provide professional development to school administrators, teachers, and paraprofessionals. Our members serve children with disabilities in the same manner as traditional public schools.

For more information about California SELPAs, visit the California Department of Education website.

Member Charter Local Education Agency

Contact No.

Allegiance STEAM Academy - Thrive 909-465-5405
Aveson Global Leadership Academy 626-797-1440
Aveson School of Leaders 626-797-1440
Ballington Academy - El Centro 760-353-0140
Desert Trails Preparatory Academy 760-536-7680
Elite Academic Academy - Lucerne
866-354-8302
Elite Academic Academy - Adult Work Force Investment
866-354-8302
Encore Jr./Sr. High School for the Performing & Visual Arts 760-956-2632
Encore Riverside 760-949-2036
Julia Lee Performing Arts Academy 909-714-4112
LaVerne Elementary Preparatory Academy 760-948-4333
Odyssey Charter School 626-229-0993
OCS-South 626-229-0993
Pasadena Rosebud Academy 626-797-7704
Pathways to College 760-949-8002
Taylion High Desert Academy 760-843-6622

Become a Member

Applications for membership to the Charter SELPA is closed at this time. Interested applicants should review the Application Timeline and Checklist of Application Materials for more information.

Any charter school within the State of California may apply for local education agency membership to the Charter SELPA. As a member to the Charter SELPA, each agency participates in the CAHELP Governance Council in the same manner as all other Charter SELPA members. Whether located within the San Bernardino County and/or outside of the geographic boundaries of the county, Charter SELPA members are responsible to comply with all provisions of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), implement federal and state regulations, and to ensure that a free appropriate public education (FAPE) is provided to all children with disabilities who are enrolled in and attend the Charter SELPA local education agencies in the same manner that children with disabilities are served in other public schools.

Desert/Mountain Charter SELPA organizational logo of a mountain outline and open book


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