Welcome to Feaster Charter School!

Feaster falcon mascotFeaster Charter School is a District Partnership charter school, which offers students, families and teachers a unique opportunity to work together to achieve shared goals for student academic and personal success. Our vision is to enrich our students' lives with a rigorous world-class education with an emphasis on Technology and STEM/ VAPA ideals. 

In 1997 in collaboration with teachers, staff, parents and students and with the approval of the Chula Vista Elementary School District Board of Education, Feaster became a charter school. Feaster Charter School currently serves approximately 1,200 students in transitional kindergarten through eighth grade. We also have a state preschool program on our campus. Feaster Charter is a neighborhood school; all of our students live within walking distance of the school.

For the January 2021 updates from our admin team, please check out the video below:

 

 

Our Vision

At Feaster Charter School, students are at the center of all decision making. We prepare our students to become 21st century learners in a multicultural society by infusing Visual & Performing Arts as well as Science, Technology, Social Studies, Engineering & Mathematics into our daily curriculum and literacy instruction. This integration challenges our students to communicate and think critically, creatively and collaboratively. By introducing the Arts and Sciences we are fostering leadership and reasoning skills, as well as increasing self-esteem at a young age to make a life changing impact. The students who leave Feaster Charter School will be lifelong learners who are on their way to being college and career ready.

Our Values

At Feaster Charter School, students, parents, members of the faculty, and community members are committed to our common Vision. Together, we value diversity and promote equity for all. We take great pride in our school and always strive to create the best possible learning environment for our children. In order to prepare for the demands of the 21st century, students need to know core curricular areas as well as how to use their knowledge and skills by thinking independently and critically. Students must be able to apply knowledge to new situations, analyze information, and comprehend new ideas, while putting into practice effective communication, collaboration, problem-solving, and decision-making. We value the role of education that works with both sides of the brain, emphasizing both knowledge and creativity. We believe that every person has an innate desire to know and to understand, and that learning is the most important journey in every person’s life. The Feaster Charter students and staff are committed to an overall purpose and a set of core values.

Feaster Aerial Photo

Check out our iBook on the Apple Book Store: 

Feaster iBook

around the district

Superior Court Judge Enrique Camarena continues to find ways to carry on his father's legacy.
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Judge's Message Honors Father, Red Ribbon Week
Posted on 10/19/2021
Red Ribbon Week®, the National Family Partnership’s Anti-Drug Campaign, is held each October 23-31. It is the oldest and largest drug prevention progr
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COVID Testing
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SD’s Busiest COVID-19 Testing Center is at CVESD
Posted on 09/08/2021
CVESD was the only elementary district among the eight in San Diego County designated as 'positive outliers' by the Learning Policy Institute
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Fernandaz Swearing In
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Cesar T. Fernandez Appointed to Board
Posted on 08/27/2021
The Board of Education made the provisional appointment of Mr. Cesar T. Fernandez, a parent and educator, to fill the open Board seat.
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Board meeting room
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Board Vacancy, Superintendent Search Processes Approved at Special Meeting
Posted on 07/28/2021
At its Special Meeting Monday night, the Board of Education unanimously voted to move forward with an appointment process to fill its vacant seat. In
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Tony Thurmond Speaks to the Press
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State Superintendent Celebrates CVESD Students’ Return to School
Posted on 07/21/2021
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond welcomed back students and staff to in-person instruction at Enrique S. Camarena Elementary S
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Solar panel installation at Rogers Elementary
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Construction at all 49 locations will be conducted in six groups
Posted on 07/19/2021
The Chula Vista Elementary School District, in partnership with ENGIE, recently began construction at an initial group of schools that will receive ne
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State Superintendent  Tony Thurmond Speaks to the Press
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State Superintendent Visits Casillas, Castle Park schools to Highlight In-Person Safety Measures and Social-Emotional Supports
Posted on 05/13/2021
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond visited Castle Park and Joseph Casillas elementary schools on Thursday, calling attention to
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Eastlake Elementary Principal Eric Banatao, Ed.D.
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AAPI Heritage Month: Principal Reflects on Family's Sacrifices
Posted on 05/12/2021
Principal Eric Banatao, Ed.D., recalls his family's sacrifices in uprooting from the Philippines.
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School nurse
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School Nurses Answer the Call
Posted on 05/07/2021
When a vaccination “Superstation” opened at the Chula Vista Center mall, school nurses from the Chula Vista Elementary School District answered the ca
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