Are there any enrollment requirements?
Magnolia Public Schools has NO enrollment requirements. Any student who is a California state resident is eligible to enroll.
How do I enroll?
Please visit our Enrollment page.
Does Magnolia Public Schools charge tuition?
As public schools, MPS does not charge tuition.
What is a charter school and how is it different from a public school?
Charter schools are funded by state, local and federal funds at the same level and in the same way that non-charter public schools are. In general, both revenues and expenses follow the student. When a student attends a charter school, the charter school is now responsible for providing that student’s education, and therefore incurs the expenses of the teacher, facility, textbooks and supplies. Funding for that student therefore goes to the entity that is providing the education: namely, the charter school rather than to the non-charter public school that student would otherwise have attended.
What makes Magnolia Public Schools unique?
To learn about why you should choose Magnolia Public Schools, go to the “Why MPS?” tab!
What is the MPS academic philosophy?
MPS’ educational approach is based on the conviction that science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) education is essential in improving our modern society’s knowledge base and adaptability to the fast pace of ever-changing technological advancements.
What is the mission and vision of Magnolia Public Schools?
Mission: Magnolia Public Schools provides a college preparatory educational program emphasizing science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) in a safe environment that cultivates respect for self and others.
Vision: MPS' vision is to graduate students who are scientific thinkers that contribute to the global community as socially responsible and educated members of society.
How many of your graduates are accepted to college?
Magnolia schools consistently graduate over 98% of students, 90% with full UC college readiness. Sixty-five percent of our college-going graduates are first-generation college attendees.
How many MPS schools are in the Los Angeles/San Diego/Orange County?
8 MPS schools in Los Angeles, 1 in San Diego, and 1 in Orange County.