Kentucky is now the 44th state in the country to allow charter schools!
Governor Matt Bevin signed legislation on March 22, 2017 that allows Kentucky to join 43 other states that allow charter schools, providing a much-needed alternative for many families. Read more here.
What Are Charter Schools?
Charter schools are unique public schools that are free and open to the public. They do not have special entrance requirements and do not charge tuition. Charter schools are not religious and cannot discriminate against students on any basis.
Who Supports Charter Schools?
Including every one of our last four presidents, public charter schools share support from both sides of the aisle and over 70% of Americans.
How Can We Bring Charters to KY?
Help bring public charter schools to Kentucky so that more children can attend a high-quality school that meets their needs.
Latest KY Charter News
December 10, 2016
Paducah Sun: Kentucky Almost Certain to Allow Charter Schools