Del Rio Student Center exists to personalize each individual student’s educational experience to create passionate, life-long learners who collectively form a perfect mosaic. Del Rio Student Center provides TK-8th-grade students with an engaging, blended learning environment, combining the best of classroom instruction with the best that homeschooling offers. By personalizing our approach through the collaborative nature of our program, we find that success is in unlocking each student’s potential, creating life-long learners who are committed and involved members of their community. Two program options are available:
Mosaic Academy TK-8: Students attend engaging grade-level classes Monday – Friday. Monday is an early release day dismissing at 1:00 pm. On Mondays, students receive a focused day of specialized reading and math instruction taught by Mosaic teachers and enrichment classes along with small group instruction led by our ACE team.
Homeschool Learning Center K-8: Enrichment workshops are offered for our homeschool program students on Tuesday and Thursday. These fun classes range from core math to arts, drama, and project work.
Shawna Lewis, principal of Springs' Del Rio and Palm Academy Student Centers, reported that the Del Rio site enjoyed a Harvest Festival with staff dressing up as Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs, and students enjoying arts & crafts, face painting, pie the principal and more (pictured are Darlene Blackman and Shawna Lewis). They also celebrated Indigenous People's Month with presentations by two local tribal leaders to middle school students.
For the 4th year in a row, Del Rio Student Center 7th grade student Zuri Honore, 12, of Lake Elsinore raised funds and prepared meals to feed a Christmas meal to dozens of people currently experiencing homelessness. He started work with the homeless after visiting Los Angeles and seeing large numbers of homeless on the street. He recalled, “It was sad to see. I think it’s important that we treat them as well as anyone else.”
Darla Ruiz was recognized as Springs’ Palm Academy Artist of the Month for September for her drawing of a real-life hero at the school’s monthly Palm Pechanga event, reported Principal Shawna Lewis. Additionally, Levi Jove, Kai Jove, Genesis Zazueta and Leland Hodges were named as the Palm Academy Desert Foxes of the Month for exhibiting Springs Graduate Learner Outcomes.
My favorite subject is Leadership because we are all getting together to make the school a better place.
- Autumn S., Student High School
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