Our Mission

Our mission is to provide a personalized learning environment with a culture of acceptance for a diverse community. We encourage the development of compassionate, resilient, lifelong learners. Our core values are respect, compassion, responsiveness, and accountability—for ourselves, each other, and our environment.

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Learning Centers

Plumas Charter School serves students in kindergarten through 12th grade throughout Plumas and adjacent counties. Our personalized learning approach includes independent study, concurrent college enrollment, enrichment activities, online curricula, electives, and center-based courses in Quincy, Indian Valley, and Chester.

Quincy Learning Center
Indian Valley Academy
Greenville Learning Center Chester Learning Center

Upcoming Events

Group photo at Five Foot Farm
Students visit local farm
First- and second-graders from the Quincy Learning Center learn about local agriculture at Five Foot Farm.
PCS's September board meeting
Essential topics covered at board meeting
The September PCS board meeting covered topics that are vital to the school. Everyone is always welcome to attend and participate!
'80s prom group
'80s prom fundraiser returns
Friends gather at last year's '80s prom fundraiser.
Playing the Red Solo Cup Relay.
IVA starts school with a campout
Students and teachers at Indian Valley Academy get to know each other and Plumas Charter School's core values at their annual campout.
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Limited enrollment still available
PCS is still accepting enrollment at two of its learning centers for the 2019-2020 year.

Executive Director's Message

The 2019-2020 school year is off to a great start for Plumas Charter School! As always, I offer immense appreciation to our teachers and staff, who unite behind our mission to offer personalized education with respect, compassion, responsiveness, and accountability. To our families: thank you for choosing PCS and for being active participants in your child's education. Your partnership and trust are held in great esteem. The big projects for the school this year are to continue to pursue options for a dedicated facility in Quincy, and to complete our second accreditation cycle through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. I look forward to sharing our progress! This year, our main administrative offices have moved to 20 Crescent St. in Quincy; you can find me, along with the office manager and registrar, there. (Enter from the Theatre Square parking lot, which also serves our 546 Lawrence St. location.) Please feel free to reach out with any questions or concerns!

School News

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