Category: Arizona Charter Schools

Charter school funding options

Across the country, today’s charter schools need better access to charter school funding for working capital and facilities financing at all stages of growth. Having reliable sources of charter school funding when needed allows schools to hire teachers, purchase textbooks, upgrade classroom technology, and expand the school’s facilities footprint so charter leaders can focus on…

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$75 Million In Charter School Facilities Funding

In June of this year, we announced a $500 million facilities fund, and the formation of American Education Properties (AEP), a collaboration between Charter School Capital, the nation’s leading provider of working and growth capital to charter schools, and American Infrastructure MLP Funds (AIM), a leading private investment firm specializing in real property, infrastructure and…

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This Week in Charter School News

Welcome to Charter School Capital’s weekly round-up where our team will feature news about charter school operations, policy, funding for charter school, facilities financing, and other trends. As charter school leaders and their teams prepare for students to return to school this Fall, at lot is going on in the charter school world. We hope…

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Charter School Capital Supports Skyline Education in Arizona With Charter School Funding

Providing a quality education to at-risk students often requires multiple resources. One-on-one teacher instruction, access to current technology and customized lesson plans for students with special needs are just a few of the tools necessary to help children from underserved communities reach their potential. This formula has lead to success for Skyline Education, a charter management organization in…

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Cambridge Prep Academy In Arizona Breaks Ground On New Charter School Facility

Charter School Capital recently attended the groundbreaking ceremony events for Cambridge Prep Academy’s new facility in Arizona. See the article that appeared in the local paper. Read article. “It’s an exciting time for this school,” explained Jon Dahlberg, VP of Business Development at Charter School Capital. “They currently have 250 students heading toward 1,200 next…

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