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Welcome to Pursuing Academic Choices Together (PACT)

Pursuing Academic Choices Together (PACT) provides homeschool support for students in grades K-8. PACT specializes in assisting families create a handcrafted, individualized education through a family and school partnership. 

The mission of Natomas Charter School's PACT Academy is to provide quality education for children in partnership with the home and community by assisting and helping parents in their effort to maximize the lifelong learning potential of their children.

Enrollment in Natomas Charter School's PACT Academy (where the student is instructed by the parent in the home, under the guidance of a home school Educational Adviser as well as by instructors in a classroom setting) is an alternative to enrollment in traditional public school.  

Students attend enrichment classes at the PACT campus like dance, music, choir, drama, hands-on art classes, computers, coding, social thinking, science and much more. PACT currently offers more than 70 enrichment classes for students in mixed- age groups. 

PACT Academy serves students in Sacramento, Placer, Sutter, El Dorado, Amador, San Joaquin, Solano, Yolo and Placer counties. Families come to PACT a minimum of once every two to three weeks to meet with a credentialed educational adviser. Most families participate in social activities, field trips, enrichment workshops and whole-school events several days a week. PACT also has a special education team available on site to serve students who are eligible for services.  

Space is still available! Apply for the 17-18 school year!

The Natomas Charter School shall be nonsectarian in its programs, admissions policies, employment practices and all other operations, shall not charge tuition, and shall not discriminate against any pupil on the basis of ethnicity, national origin, gender or disability.

 
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