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August 19, 2024


Parents Testimonials

Hear what our parents and students have to say about EBCA!

Felix Martinez
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I enjoyed 7 years of sub teaching at EBCA. During my time there was always growth for teachers, students and parents. Loved the interaction with students and parents during my long term assignment. EBCA provides many resources and activities such as sports, clubs, music, and after school program. I highly recommend Edison Bethune Charter Academy to educators and future students. I will always miss my wildcat family!
Yocelyn Gutierrez
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Great School with amazing teachers! very personable and easy to communicate with all staff. One of the few elementary schools that benefit from Physical Education, Art & Music classes. The teachers are dedicated in the growth of each students, tutors are always available and willing to help so that all students reach their academic potential.
María Martinez
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As a parent of two students whom attend Edison Bethune Charter Academy, I highly recommend it to any other parents looking into a school with highly educated and qualified teachers. The teachers here at Edison Bethune always have the students’ best interest in mind and go above and beyond to make sure students reach their maximum potential.

A High Achieving, Multi-Cultural Community for Learning

Edison Bethune Charter Academy’s mission is to provide all students with a rigorous standards-based curriculum to achieve success. Every child is provided with resources and opportunities to reach his/her individual potential for academic excellence.

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! EBCA is a tuition-free public charter school and there is no cost to enroll.

Yes! View our bus stops here: 

Bus Route

We believe in encouraging learning while limiting distraction.

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Charter schools are independently-operated public schools that have the freedom to design classrooms that meet their students’ needs. All charter schools operate under a contract with a charter school authorizer – usually a nonprofit organization, government agency, or university – that holds them accountable to the high standards outlined in their “charter.” —