San Carlos Charter Learning Center
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The San Carlos Charter Learning Center (SCCLC) is a charter school in San Carlos, California, United States. It was the first charter school in California and the second in the nation. It was created in 1994.
The San Carlos Charter Learning Center has a student population of 300 students in grades K-8. It has students enrolled from all over the San Francisco Bay area. The Director of San Carlos Charter Learning Center, Stacy Giles Emory, has been Director since 2014.
The unique features of CLC are its multi-grade classrooms and its emphasis on both strong academics and social and emotional growth.