Stockton Collegiate International Schools

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Stockton Collegiate International Schools
1 North Sutter St.
Stockton, California 95202
United States
School type Public Charter
Established September 7, 2010
Principal Scott Luhn
Faculty 45+
Grades K - 12th
Enrollment 880
Campus size < 1,000 students
Campus type Urban
Color(s) Purple and Silver
Mascot Panther
Information (209)390-9861

Stockton Collegiate International Schools (SCIS) is a public charter school located in Stockton, California, serving grades kindergarten through 12th. Stockton Collegiate International Schools opened two public charter institutions on September 7, 2010 in downtown Stockton, CA.[1] Head of School and cofounder is Scott Luhn.

Stockton Collegiate offers three International Baccalaureate Programmes: Primary Years Programme (K-5), Middle Years Programme (6-10) and Diploma Program (11-12). Diploma Programme students sit for IB tests (at either Standard Level (SL) or Higher Level (HL)) each spring. This school is also one of the only schools in the world to be an IB school from k-12 grades.


  1. ^ Roger Phillips (2012-01-28). "At Stockton Collegiate, it's 'school combined with life'". Retrieved 2014-01-10. 

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