Charter School Annual Reports Submitted to PDE
To facilitate the annual review, charter schools must submit an Annual Report to the Pennsylvania Department of Education, which must provide the chartering school district with sufficient and accurate information about the operation of the charter school, including but not limited to: (1) all financial audits and financial reports; (2) the charter school’s Annual Financial Reports (AFR) and General Fund Budgets; (3) PSSA, Keystone Exam, or other state assessment results; (4) special education reports from PDE’s Bureau of Special Education, but not including any student identifying information; (5) audit reports from the Pennsylvania Department of the Auditor General or any Federal agency; and (6) documentation that shows whether the charter school met the measurable goals set forth in the charter school’s application.
Charter Schools are required to submit an Annual Report to its chartering school district(s) and PDE's Division of Charter Schools no later than August 1 of each year. An Annual Report that does not provide sufficient information in each required area will be considered incomplete. Failure by a charter school to submit an Annual Report to a chartering school district in a timely and complete manner may constitute a material violation of the charter.
The most recent annual reports for each charter school can be accessed using the links below.