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Annual Reports

We were thrilled to welcome all students back to campus during the 2021-2022 school year. We worked to validate and affirm the strengths and resiliency of our students, families and staff throughout the year. We faced the challenges that returning to in-person learning brought by focusing on individual and team strengths. We celebrated big and small victories and found joy in being together.

In the 2020-2021 school year Caliber implemented systems for distance learning and family support  that would enable our students to continue to learn, grow and thrive. We continued to distribute chromebooks and hot spots so that all students could connect, organized time for families to meet virtually, and celebrated students and staff in safe yet joyous ways.  

Our 6th year found us having to shift to remote learning due to the global pandemic. In an effort to provide the best education and support to our students our staff distributed over 1,700 chromebooks, almost 150 hotspots, and continued to serve meals. 

Our 5th year started with the welcome of Terence Johnson, our new CEO, and with a change of name to better reflect the work we do.  We are now, officially, Caliber Public Schools.  We are excited to present this year's report - celebrating all we have accomplished and looking forward to the future.Public Schools

In our 4th year of operation, Caliber Schools served over 1,500 students in Richmond + Vallejo. This year, Caliber: ChangeMakers Academy moved into a brand new building in Vallejo, and Caliber: Beta Academy received unanimous approval from our Authorizer to renew for another five years. Enjoy what we feel is our best report yet!

In our 3rd year of operation, Caliber Schools proudly served more than 1,300 students in the Bay Area. Read our 2016-2017 Annual Report to see highlights of our educational program, learn about our student pillars and get a deeper look into what defines a Caliber school!

In 2014, we opened Caliber: Beta Academy with 285 students from Richmond and the surrounding communities. Read our 2014-2016 Progress Report to learn more about our first three years serving students in the Bay Area:

School Accountability Report Card (SARC)