Although charter schools in Texas are public schools, certain stipulations from the Texas Education Code do not apply to these campuses. Each district sets its own charter in which it lays out guidelines for items such as class size.

Charter schools are different than both public and private schools. In Texas, charter schools are public schools open to any student, and these schools may not charge tuition, according to the Texas Education Agency. These schools do receive state funds based on their average daily attendance of students, and they may also accept donations from private or public sources, according to the TEA.

Find data on enrollment and student demographics below about the four charter campuses in the Cedar Park and Leander area.

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This article is part of the Community Impact Newspaper Cedar Park-Leander edition's 2021 Public Education Edition. More data can be viewed on page 27 of the August issue.