THE MUSEUM SCHOOL is a tuition-free, public charter school that serves students from all over San Diego in Kindergarten through 8th grade. While learning to read, write, do mathematics and science, “learning to learn” is our capstone skill, supported by our “Community Goals” of becoming responsible citizens, productive workers, creative healthy individuals, problem solvers and self-directed learners. The Museum School’s curriculum seeks to go beyond the basics by teaching kids how to learn and opening opportunities to understand why they are learning. Project based departments and enriching classes such as art, music, sewing, movement, and media arts are part of the regular curriculum.
The Museum School celebrates, nurtures and enhances the abilities of all participants through experiential, project-based learning. Infusing the arts whenever appropriate the Museum School utilizes the wealth of resources available at local museums and within the San Diego community.
LCAP – Museum School 2015-16 FINAL Approved 6-15-15
California Charter Schools Association Highlight Article – The Museum School Takes Learning from the Classroom to the Cultural Community __ California Charter Schools Association
School Accountability Report Card 2016 – 2016_School_Accountability_Report_Card_(CDE)_Museum_School_20170120