Welcome to the 2011-2012 KTL Charter School year!

Keyes to Learning Charter is a California Department of Education Distinguished School!


For information visit the web site at www.ktlcharterschool.com


This public site is for communication about procedures at KTL Charter School. Membership is not required to view the site. If you request membership, it will be denied.
Only KTL staff members have membership and editing privileges. Please contact the KTL Office to report news or errors.

NEWEST INFORMATION!

Students! Go directly to your mailbox. Your USERNAME is your name in a firstlast format and a new password is available from Mrs. Nisan, if you forget the password that you chose.

School begins August 15, 2011 and ends May 25, 2012.

Limited Openings for 2011-2012 APPLY NOW!

For on-site classes, Grades K-6 have a waiting list for 2011-2012. Limited openings are available for classes for grades 7-12 and for KTL's Independent Study program for students of all ages who need or desire a personalized course of instruction. Please visit our website for an application.

PE and Music Logs


Driver's Education


Yes, we have online driver's education to prepare you for the permit test and "behind-the-wheel" training if you are at least 15 years of age.
For information about the course see



College Classes!


Responsible 11th and 12th grade students with a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA have the opportunity to enroll in a CSU class through distance education (www.csudh.edu). The classes meet from 3 to 4:30 online and are archived for repeated viewing. Classes require a $3.50 registration check (less than lunch at a fast food place!), approval of parent and principal, extensive study, online work, and field trips.

Only a few classes are still open at local colleges. The class schedule is available at the Modesto Junior College website. Make sure all your KTL eligibility and permission forms are signed in time for registration. See College Planning for more information about selecting classes and borrowing textbooks.

College courses count for BOTH high school and college credit. One semester class earns you one YEAR of high school honors credit. In order to receive college textbooks, students must submit complete textbook information and must place a textbook deposit that is refunded upon completion of the course.

Create your roadmap to college at http://www.college.gov/wps/portal

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