Our School Finances

Fiscal Scorecard

Each year, CPS rates all charter schools on several key metrics of financial health. Our school’s most recent available scorecard is linked here: 2020-2021 Christopher House Charter School – Scorecard


Annual Budget

Our fiscal year starts on July 1 and ends on June 30 of the following year. Our most recently completed fiscal year was FY22, which ended on June 30, 2022. Our total budget in FY22 was approximately $18.5M. We are projecting a similar budget total in FY23.


Sources of Funding

The chart below breaks down our various sources of FY22 revenue.

Our funding consists o 90.3% government grants, 4.7% contributions of cash and other financial assets, 1.7% contributions of nonfinancial assets, 0.6% program service fees and incidental revenue, 2.3% special event revenue, and 0.5% miscellaneous, which includes investments.


Primary Expenditures

The chart below breaks down how we spent our funds in FY22.

  • Program Services include curriculum, classroom supplies, educational materials, enrichment opportunities, and meal services, among others.
  • Support Services include those costs associated with overall function and management, including fundraising.