Sebastian Charter Junior High is a free public school that was created by a group of concerned parents in 2000. These parents saw the need for a school of choice for their students who were about to enter middle school. After many dedicated hours of service, a private corporation was formed to govern Sebastian Charter Junior High (SCJH).
SJCH is dedicated to offering a quality education for students in a small school environment. Students are encouraged to participate in service activities which allow them to give back to the community. As a “mainstream” school, SCJH also offers services to students who have been identified as gifted and talented. A resource specialist works with students who have special needs.
Parents are encouraged to have open communication with their students and teachers. Parents are asked to participate in the Parent Teacher Student Organization. A minimum of 8 hours of volunteer time is required by parents. Hours to serve are flexible, and can be accomplished through phone calls, typing, landscaping, tutoring, copying, and many other various activities.