Paradise schools face hard choices as families move on
Evan Tuchinsky / Chico News and Review
Thursday, March 28, 2019

"Last Wednesday night (March 20), Achieve’s board decided to suspend high school operations for next year at a minimum. The K-8 school will continue for two years, at least, in facilities under construction at Life Church.


PUSD plans to start the next school year back home. K-6 students on the Upper Ridge will attend one of the two Magalia schools, Pine Ridge or Cedarwood. All other K-6 students will go to Paradise Intermediate, and Paradise High will become a 7-12 school.

'If, in fact, it’s safe,' 


[Paradise Adventist Academy] PAA will remain at Chico Seventh-day Adventist Church next year as repairs to its campus continue. Children’s Community Charter, at this point, also expects to stay put. Core Butte’s Paradise campus is gone, but Paradise Charter Middle School and Home Tech expect to reoccupy their campuses in the fall."

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