CAPSO

About CAPSO

A consortium of pre-collegiate, independent, and religious school organizations striving to promote excellence in education and to preserve philosophical and religious values as well as the spiritual dimensions of life. Learn more…

Members

CAPSO members exemplify the great diversity of private education in the United States. The organizations represent schools, both sectarian and non-sectarian, serving approximately 80% of California’s children from preschool through twelfth grade who are enrolled in the state’s private schools. Learn about our members…

Legislative Action Center

Learn about the issues, current legislation, judicial proceedings and administrative actions that impact California’s K-12 private schools. Go there…

Mid-Week E-Mailer

CAPSO publishes a monthly newsletter during the course of the school year containing timely information, links to resources, and commentary from a private school perspective.

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Support CAPSO

You can help protect and champion the independence, diversity, and excellence that are hallmarks of California’s K-12 private schools.

Your tax-deductible contribution supports California’s oldest, largest, most respected and most inclusive consortium of private school organizations. Maintaining a strong and vital statewide coalition is in the best interest of every private school. Donate now…

Latest Posts

Won’t Get Fooled Again
I began my tenure as CAPSO’s Executive Director in 2002 – the same year in which the No Child Left Behind Act was signed into...

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Charmed, I’m Sure
The word charm is gradually falling out of favor.  Ask a younger person to explain its meaning, and chances are you’ll hear a reference to...

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Lessons From Chicago
As these words are being penned, Chicago’s public school system is teetering on the verge of insolvency. Facing a current budget deficit approaching a half...

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Education in an Age of Terror
According to a 2015 Gallup Poll, the number of Americans who worry “a great deal” about the possibility of a terrorist attack has increased by...

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