Information regarding parent and community positions on the Board of Directors:
    If you are interested in applying for a parent or community position on the board the timeline is as follows:
    We currently have two community openings and one parent opening. 
    Applications are being accepted between now and the end of the school year.
    As applications are received the candidate will be notified of the board meeting to consider their candidacy.

    The Board of Directors governs both University Preparation School and University Charter Middle School as a California Public Benefit Charitable Corporation 501(c)(3) pursuant to California law and will do the same for UCMS.  UPS and UCMS will operate under the direction of an independent Board of Directors as outlined in the UPS ByLaws 


    Board of Directors:

    The authorized number of Directors shall not be less than 5 nor more than 9, the exact number to be specified from time to time by action of the Board of Directors.  A candidate must be at least eighteen (18)years of age to serve on the Board. The Board of Directors shall include, among others, the following representatives:

    ·      One(1) representative from Pleasant Valley School District

    ·      One(1) representative from Ventura County Superintendent of Schools Office

    ·      One(1) representative from CSU Channel Islands Education Faculty

    ·      One(1) representative from the CSU Channel Islands Presidents Office

    ·      Two(2) parent positions

    ·      Two(2) community positions

    ·      One(1) Founder Seat, to be filled by Dr. Jeanne Adams until such time that she chooses not to fill the position


    The representatives from PleasantValley School District, Ventura County Superintendent of Schools Office, CSUChannel Islands Education Faculty and CSU Channel Islands Presidents Office shall be designated by the entity that they represent.  The parent representatives and community representatives shall be elected by the Board of Directors.  Directors shall serve (4) year terms. 



Last Modified on October 13, 2017