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Upcoming Events

Jan 28

MS Soccer Practice

Time: 3 PM – 5 PM
Location: Rohr Park (4548 Sweetwater Rd, Bonita, CA 91902)

Mission Statement

At the Chula Vista Learning Community Charter School, students are respected as intellectuals as they develop their individual and authentic self. Our robust academic program is focused on expanding language, developing core ethics, and building knowledge across content areas. 


We believe in the full potential of each and every 

individual to act with integrity and to create their own knowledge.

2018 - 2019 THEME

Enriching the lives of our humanity through the lens of metacognition

Latest News

CVLCC Monthly Emergent Bilingual Advisory Council Meeting Featured Photo

CVLCC Monthly Emergent Bilingual Advisory Council Meeting

Please Join Us! Thursday, January 30th @ 8:30 am, we will have our monthly EBAC meeting in the James L. Burns Multipurpose room at our Elementary campus. We will be reviewing what works well at our schools and what needs to be improved so that we can include this information in our LCAP Goals. We will provide dinner for you and together we can fulfill our promise to our community of having a quality educational experience for ALL students!
Human Rights Institute for Parents Featured Photo

Human Rights Institute for Parents

We are very excited to announce that Dr. Ramirez will be leading 4 incredible workshops on Human Rights. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about Human Rights Education and the amazing work we do at CVLCC. These sessions are meant for parents and community members. Successful completion of all 4 session will result in a Human Rights Education Certificate *You must attend all 4 session for certificate. The first session is Feb. 10th - 6:00pm at CVLCC Elementary.
Just a Few Teachers (Students) Dropping Knowledge Episode #3 Featured Photo

Just a Few Teachers (Students) Dropping Knowledge Episode #3

Recently CVLCC 9th graders participated in a project titled, The Cause and Effect Sustainability Project, in Mr. Garcia’s World Geography course. While all students in the class completed the project, certain groups took their thinking and projects to the next level. Mr. Garcia described the project as an opportunity to learn deeply about environmentalism, sustainability, and the importance of cause and effect relationships in our community and global society. As the projects grew, and learning about sustainability increased, certain students began to create more sophisticated and powerful ideas related to how we best address environmental issues that influence community or global sustainability. Students learned about sustainability and environmentalism, but also how cause and effect relationships operate in our world. Certain groups discovered that they can take steps to reverse or decrease some of these negative human impacts on the environment. The story below outlines the development of one group that took their learning to new heights, applied the knowledge they acquired in class, and took action to make our planet and community a better place!