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Enrolling at CLC is as easy as contacting us, scheduling a tour, and filling out an enrollment form. CLC is a tuition-free public school. We accept all students so long as we have spaces available.



Innovative learning in a small school setting since 1998. Serving 5th - 8th grade students in Centre County and beyond!



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All gifts made to the Centre Learning Community Charter School help us strengthen our project-based, technology-enhanced environment.



at CLC

If you are interested in working closely with students in a project-based learning environment,  find our current job openings using the button below.






To contact all board members below, email

Mike Janik, Family Rep 2021-22, President
Colleen Freyvogel, Family Rep 2022-23, Sec

Melissa Stitzer, Community Rep 2021-22, VP

Kosta Dussias, Community Rep 2021-22, Treas

Michele Diaz, Community Rep 2022-23

Holly Winters, Community Rep 2022-23

Kelly Kennedy, Staff Rep 2022-23

Amanda Mason, Staff Rep 2021-22

Morgan Mitchell, Student Rep 2021

All are welcome to attend our scheduled Board Meetings held on one Wednesday each month at 7pm.

Individual Board Member email addresses:



CLC Parents’ Group supports the efforts of faculty, staff and students through fundraising, volunteerism, and by fostering communication throughout the CLC community. Meetings are currently held virtually. See our community calendar for the schedule. To contact our parents' group, email



Use the email addresses linked to  below to contact our administrators.

Brian Rowan, Business Manager

Tiffany Walker, Administrative & Facilities Assistant

Erica Parsons, ESP Coordinator



Use the email addresses linked below to contact our teachers.

Mark Toci, Co-founder & teacher

Morgan Mitchell, 7/8 Teacher

Amanda Mason, 7/8 Teacher

Marcy Chichester, 7/8 Support

Amy Riggs, 5/6 Teacher

Kelly Kennedy, 5/6 Teacher

Deb Swartz, 5/6 Support

Erica Parsons, Art Teacher

Kelly Scott, Music Teacher

Kim Rimmey, Counselor


What is the Student Assistance Program (SAP)?


The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Student Assistance Program (SAP), which is administered by the PA Department of Education’s Safe Schools Office in partnership with the PA Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs’ Division of Prevention and Intervention, and the PA Department of Human Services’ Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, is designed to assist school personnel in identifying issues including alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, and mental health issues which pose a barrier to a student’s success. The primary goal of the Student Assistance Program (SAP) is to help students overcome these barriers in order that they may achieve, remain in school, and advance. While Student Assistance Programs exist in other areas of the country, the structure and operation of the program in Pennsylvania is a unique expression of an integrated model serving the needs of Pennsylvania families and their students.