Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is a charter school?
Public Charter schools are independent public schools, but they are not part of the public school district. This means:
Charter schools are tuition-free. Families do not pay to attend charter schools.
Charter schools serve all students, including English language learners, students with disabilities, and students with behavior challenges
Charter school students and families are eligible for all state and Federal programs, including free or reduced-price lunch.
2. What is the Nevada Achievement School District?
- The Nevada Achievement School District is part of the Nevada Department of Education. The Nevada Achievement School District works to make sure that every community has a high-quality neighborhood school. You can see how the schools in your neighborhood are doing by visiting NevadaReportCard.com or greatschoolsallkids.org.
3.Does Nevada Prep provide transportation?
Yes. Nevada Prep is committed to being an inclusive and accessible school, so we provide transportation in multiple Las Vegas neighborhoods. Transportation should not be a barrier for families to attend the school of their choice.