Charter schools throughout the United States utilize the PowerSchool information system, including Center City Public Charter Schools, Orange Charter School, Odyssey Charter School and the Charter Schools of Excellence. The Lehigh Valley Charter School for the Arts also uses the program, which is the largest American-owned student information system.
Center City Public Charter Schools, located in Washington, D.C., is a prekindergarten through eighth grade cluster of schools that emphasize character development and community service.
Located in North Carolina, Orange Charter School offers students in kindergarten through eighth grade a tuition-free education using a STEAM approach.
In California, Odyssey Charter School uses PowerSchool for their seventh and eighth grade students. As of 2015, the program serves 460 students with an emphasis on hands-on learning.
Established in 1997, the Charter Schools of Excellence in Florida offers a values-based education for students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
The Lehigh Valley Charter School for the Arts in Pennsylvania is for high school students with a focus on visual and performing arts.
The PowerSchool program manages student information, such as demographic data and standardized test scores, as well as real-time classroom-specific information, including attendance, homework, grades and notes from teachers. Parents and students use a password-protected portal to view information and communicate with each other. The program has 15 million student users in 65 countries as of 2015.