Application Packet


Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (refer to 29 U.S.C. 794d)

Congress significantly strengthened Section 508 in the Workforce Investment Act of 1998. Its primary purpose is to provide access to and use of Federal executive agencies’ electronic and information technology (ICT) by individuals with disabilities. Compliance with Section 508 is mandatory for all entities receiving federal funds--including the SPCSA and its charters. Please ensure your application meets the Section 508 compliance requirements.

2018 Call For Quality Charter Schools Winter Cycle

Please pay special note to which track best fits your charter application. Track A applicants will be those Committees to Form who wish not to contract with an EMO. Track B applicants will be those Committees to Form who wish to contract with an EMO. Track C applicants will be those start up Committees to Form who wish to independently replicate a proven school model. Track D applicants will be Non-Profit Charter Management Organizations which directly holds charters in Nevada or other states or Nevada Non-Profit Affiliate of such a CMO who wishes to apply for a charter school.

To be eligible to submit a full proposal for the Winter 2018 application cycle, applicants must first submit the Notice of Intent by 11 PM PT September 17, 2017. Applicants who have submitted a Notice of Intent for a previous round must submit a new Notice of Intent to allow for planning of reviewing activities and other authorizing work. The Winter 2018 application will be due on January 15, 2018 by 5:00 pm PT. Please maximize the use of converted PDF documents instead of scanned documents to limit the size of the uploaded files and to ensure compliance with the American with Disabilities Act.

    File Your Notice of Intent

    2018 Winter Application Guidance

    Track A: Start-Up Applicant

    Track B: Start-Up Applicant Contracting with EMO

    Track C: Start-Up Applicant Independently Replicating a Proven School Model

    Track D: Experienced Non-Profit Applicant Which Already Governs High Achieving Charter Schools