Get to Know Our School

We provide a flexible, personalized learning experience, empowering families to tailor a program designed around the specific needs of each student. In collaboration with highly qualified, credentialed teachers, students engage in diverse and dynamic learning pathways and unparalleled enrichment opportunities to achieve personal and academic success.


We are so blessed and honored to be partnering with you. Our theme is "The Journey of Learning Together" and we truly believe that when we collaborate well with parents, learning coaches, teachers, and school staff, students succeed. 

Please know I am here for you at all times and love hearing from you. Our teachers, case managers, administrators, and support staff are amazing, and are eager to come alongside you to provide support and encouragement as you navigate this school year. By partnering with our school, you are giving your child a gift of individualized learning to become college and career ready and we believe in YOU!

It is our desire to serve and support you on this AMAZING journey! We would like to hear from you to ensure the website continues to be both relevant and valuable. Click here to share your thoughts, ideas, and questions with us!

Steph Johnson

Our Mission

Our mission is to increase student academic success in an independent study program through mastery of California standards by building strong partnerships between parents, teachers, and the community that focus on the development of a personalized, rigorous educational plan and integrated measurements of student achievement.

Our Vision

Monarch River Academy will foster wholistic education through rigorous academics; social-emotional growth; and collaborative community so our students become innovative, analytical, and responsible leaders.

Schoolwide Learner Outcomes

We have goals for our students that are known as Schoolwide Learner Outcomes (SLOs). SLOs are a part of our school culture: they reflect our school vision, the College and Career Readiness standards, and the education of the whole child.

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