Learning Bridge Charter School is pleased to announce that its charter has been renewed for the next six years.

Charter schools in Nevada are accountable to all their stakeholders and go through a renewal process every six years to ensure they are providing the education, financial stability and a level of goverance that is accepted by Nevada Department of Educatuon and the State Public Charter School Authority (SPCSAB) and their Board of Directors.

Last Friday the SPCSAB voted unanimously to renew Learning Bridge’s Charter through the 2025 school year. State Public Charter School Authority stated, “Learning Bridge has been proficient or exceeds proficiency in the areas which designates a successful school.” Learning Bridge was opened in the fall of 2012, as a K-6 school with enrollment of 100 students, the school has increased to a K-8 school with enrollment of 180 students.