Replaces county school. A school wholly owned and maintained by the Local Education Authority.
a designated school/facility open beyond the traditional school schedule to offer prevention and early intervention, community learning and participation opportunities to people of all ages
an attempt on the part of the school and the community to provide a total educational, cultural and leisure activity program for people of all ages, in a community area
an education institution that combines the rigorous academics of a quality school with a wide range of vital in-house services, support programs and opportunities for promoting learning and development for all
an exciting approach to the integration of a local school with the neighbourhood that it serves
a public school building that is open after the regular school day and offers programming for the entire family
a public school that is privately managed
a school that is wholly maintained by the Local Education Authority (LEA)
a school where local partners join forces with the school district to provide before and after school programs meeting the educational, health, mental health and social services needs of the students, their parents and the community at large
a type of school , provided for out of public funds
A school whose doors are open to those of all ages living within its area. Facilities and resources are made available to meet the learning and social needs of the community. Many such schools are now called Integrated Community Schools and facilitate collaboration among various agencies working in education, social work and health.
Schools which are, to a varying extent, centres for the social, recreational and cultural activities of the whole community. In some community schools adults share lessons with the pupils. The term 'Community school' now applies to all schools previously called 'County' schools.
School set up and funded by an LEA.
maintained by the Local Education Authority (LEA). The LEA is the admissions authority - it has main responsibility for deciding arrangements for admitting students. CYS
State schools in England and Wales which are wholly owned and maintained by the local education authority. The LEA is the admissions authority: it has main responsibility for deciding arrangements for admitting pupils.
school operated by members of the local community, often with NGO assistance, having gained control from the state, which failed to provide education for all
After-school, evening, and weekend classes for students and adults; tuition is usually charged
The Community School is a private school in Sun Valley, Idaho.
Community School, located in Teaneck, New Jersey, is a private school, founded in 1968 to serve the bright child with learning and attentional disabilities. The school's primary goal is to help children achieve a level of performance in the classroom that is fully commensurate with their abilities, intellects and talents. The Lower School program provides children in grades K-8 with skilled remedial help and challenging academic experience.