What is a community school?

A Community School is a school that is public, nonprofit, nonreligious, and receives state and federal funding.

Community Schools are often independent of traditional school districts and tuition-free for Ohio students.

They are also commonly called charter schools.

Usually Community Schools have a specific style of teaching or academic program that sets the school apart from a traditional school program.

Community Schools do not charge tuition to attend.

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