Our Curriculum

The Collaborative Charter Schools have undergone the rigorous course review process by the University of California Office of the President.  Courses labeled as "a-g approved" meet requirements as listed by the UC and CSU college systems.  Students applying to UC/CSU must meet minimum eligibility requirements.  Students can contact their counselors to make sure they're on track.

Students wishing to play Division I and II collegiate sports must meet NCAA eligibility requirements. CalPac, County Collaborative and Sage Oak courses meet these requirements* (labeled NCAA approved), and our knowledgeable counselors can work together with families to follow eligibility requirements as laid out by the NCAA Eligibility Center.

*Summer Track courses do NOT meet NCAA requirements.

Check out the individualized curriculum options at our many programs below.

CALPAC combines flexible learning with modern educational technology to create a supportive learning environment to help students of all types of backgrounds become independent learners.



California Pacific Charter Sonoma will harness the power of a flexible learning environment and modern educational technology to serve learners with diverse backgrounds and goals who seek an education alternative that stimulates and supports independent learning.


County Collaborative is a proud K-12 California Public Charter authorized by Mountain Empire School District in San Diego County. 


EXCEL ACADEMY offers a personalized independent learning model for students in TK-12 grade. We give families the freedom to build their own curriculum to ensure their student’s success.


PATHWAYS ACADEMY Charter School Adult Education is authorized by Acton Agua Dulce Unified School District. Per the Charter, we are authorized to serve young adult students whom reside in the state of California.


Sage Oak balances flexibility with accountability; by closely partnering with students and families, we create a personalized educational experience that fosters a love of learning.