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Why Choose a Small School Network?

When it comes to education, size matters.

Research shows that the best way to create a better school is to create a small school. Small schools provide a focused learning environment without compromising a holistic, comprehensive education.

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In a small school, you matter.

Choosing a small school can mean developing a louder voice for a student. By focusing on collaborations, one-on-one discussions, and hands-on opportunities, students maximize each second of their learning experience.

In a small school, your time matters.

By choosing a small school, students are choosing time for themselves. Students have the liberty to organize their schedule, consequently developing good time management skills in the process.

In a small school, quality education matters.

The Small School Network Empowers its students to have an impact on their path. A small school could seem big depending on how students perceive their education. Whether a student wants their education to concentrate on the engineering and the sciences, technical skills, health, social justice or individualized learning, the Small Schools Network can develop an individualized curriculum that meets your needs.

Learn More About Our Schools


Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High SchoolCapital City SchoolGeorge Washington Carver School of Arts and ScienceThe MET Sacramento High SchoolSacramento New Technology High SchoolSchool of Engineering and SciencesWest Campus High School

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What is The Small School Network?

 

The Small School Network consists of college preparatory public and dependent charter schools within the Sacramento City Unified School District. The Arthur Benjamin Health Professions High School, The Met Sacramento High School, George Washington Carver School of Arts & Science, Sacramento New Tech High School, West Campus High School, School of Engineering & Sciences, and the Capital City School. Together, these schools create the micro powerhouse that is the Small Schools Network.

In the Small Schools Network, we believe that choosing small can create a big impact.

 

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Capital City School
George Washington Carver School Of Arts And Science