What is a school network?
A school network is a group of high schools under a governing organization that oversees the development and implementation of their schools' curriculum. A network functions similarly to a school district and allows for a more efficient approach to course list management.
Districts and school networks can have centralized or joint management. Visit the District and school network reference list management page for information on the the management types and managing district and school network reference lists.
School network registration
School networks can register January 1 - January 31. To register as a school network an organization must meet all of the below criteria:
- Have at least two schools within the school network that currently have active A-G course lists in the A-G Course Management Portal (A-G CMP).
- If establishing a charter school network, each charter school must be an independent charter in order to be included in the network.