Annual Report 2006-2007
Annual Report 2007-2008
Annual Report 2008-2009
Annual Report 2009-2010
The annual report is generated annually by each school and describes the charter school’s academic performance outcomes and their progress toward the goals of their charter.
Annual Site Visit Report 2006-2007
Annual Site Visit Report 2007-2008
Annual Site Visit Report 2011-2012
The Annual Site Visit report describes what the reviewers saw at the school -- what life is like there. The report identifies some of the strengths in the school, as well as areas where improvement is needed. The Office of Charter School visits each school at least once in their first, second & fourth year of operation and generates a report of findings. The State Education Department (SED) visits schools in their third year of operation. SED visit reports are not included below. Please visit their website http://www.nysed.gov/ for more information.
Annual Comprehensive Review (ACR) 2012-2013
Annual Comprehensive Review (ACR) 2013-2014
The Annual Comprehensive Review (ACR) investigates three primary questions: is the school an academic success; is the school an operationally and fiscally sound, viable organization; and is the school in compliance with its charter and all applicable laws and regulations. To ascertain matters of sustainability and strategic planning, the Office of School Design and Charter Partnerships (OSDCP) team inquires about the school’s plans for its next charter term. This review is conducted by analyzing student performance data and collecting and evaluating school-submitted documents during the academic school year, and in some cases, visiting the school. The ACR report outlines evidence found during this review.
Annual Audit 2006-2007
Annual Audit 2007-2008
Annual Audit 2008-2009
Annual Audit 2009-2010
Every year each charter school is required to engage in an independent financial audit.
DOE Progress Report 2006-2007
DOE Progress Report 2007-2008
Elementary / Middle School
The performance and progress outcomes on these reports were generated from New York State testing data and student attendance. Because the report cards for charter schools do not include results of the learning environment surveys, it would be inaccurate to make direct comparisons with DOE public schools.
* The Renaissance Charter School is a K-12 school. During this pilot program, the DOE was unable to generate progress reports or letter grades for charter schools with 9-12 programs. Therefore, this K-8 progress report is not representative of the full spectrum of grades served at the school, nor is it an accurate indicator of overall student performance or progress.