Name: Omar Hagopit Age: 8 Grade: 3 I chose: Santa Ana Student Center Why? To help me prepare to become a doctor,
I want to help people to feel better. Omar says: “Quest has been perfect for me
and I’ve learned a lot. I’m reading at a 4th-grade
level even though I just finished 2nd grade.”
Omar demonstrates excellent leadership skills
by helping his classmates solve academic, as
well as technology issues. His advice to new
students is to work hard and have fun!
Our Santa Ana Student Center provides an exciting learning environment with four distinct programs:
Quest Academy: Our project-focused, inquiry learning model school offers a unique small-school environment where everybody knows every student’s name. Hands-on projects, core mastery, and positive interpersonal skills are the focus.
Keys Career and College Prep: provides an independent-study style education where students can work at their own pace on their own time. Students attend weekly meetings with their teachers and classmates.
Homeschool Learning Center: offers pick-and-choose courses for students who are primarily homeschooled. These courses include art, drama, and math for K-8, and advanced mathematics, lab sciences, and language classes for high school.
If you would like to contact a member of the Santa Ana staff, please fill in the form below.
Isabelle Won, a 5th-grade student at the Santa Ana Student Center, has founded K.I.D.S. (Kind Individuals Doing Service) in an effort to improve the lives of others in the community. She and her fellow students in K.I.D.S. plan to engage in a major project each month; the first one was handing out Valentine’s Day goodie bags filled with chocolates, pencils, erasers, and other treats to people in their community.
Makenna Wills, 11, a 5th-grade student at the Santa Ana Student Center, is the December 2020 Student Artist of the Month. The Santa Ana resident likes to draw people, animals, fairies, and mermaids using markers, crayons and colored pencils. In addition to art, she likes theater, soccer, and biking.
Springs’ Santa Ana Student Center (SASC) held its first-ever Kindergarten drive-in promotion; click here to see images from the event. The 8th grade also enjoyed a drive-in promotion ceremony, with each student being honored with a Legacy award. Click here to see the Legacy awards.
Nicholas Zuiderveld, an 8th-grade Homeschool student with Springs Charter Schools who lives in Rancho Santa Margarita, has taken the initiative to sew masks for local hospitals as a way to combat COVID-19.
Springs Charter Schools has given my daughter an opportunity to experience her longtime dream of becoming a Veterinarian by providing her an internship at the Lake Elsinore Animal Hospital. This program has allowed us to see if she is serious in pursuing her dream.
- J.J. Rosales, Parent
Springs Charter Schools are parent choice schools where the community is our classroom. Our mission is to foster the innate curiosity of our students, empower their parents, and promote optimum learning by collaboratively developing a personalized learning program for each student.
Eagle = Choice, Freedom, Initiative
River = Community
Book = Empowering Parents (Knowledge is Power)
Torch = Curiosity, Passion for Learning
Hands = Collaboration
Keys = Personalization, Unlocking the Student’s Potential
Oak Branches = Continuous Lifelong Learning
Springs Charter Schools
Mailing Address 27740 Jefferson Avenue, Temecula, CA 92590