In school year 2005-2006, Gold Rush Charter School came under the umbrella of the Summerville Union High School District as the district became the Charter School's authorizer.
In 2007 Gold Rush Charter School opened the Country School, a class-based K-8 program, which relocated to the Sullivan Creek site in 2010.
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Gold Rush Charter School was founded in 2001 by two educators, Kathleen Hansen and Eda Pardee, and a community member, James Gallno.
Their goal was to create a non-traditional program that would allow educators to focus on the individual needs of each student.
Thus providing them an opportunity to interact with each other and learn.
These days different online chatting room is available from different parts of the world.
After a year of searching for a sponsor, the team met with Tom Changnon, then Superintendent of Keyes Union Elementary School District, who was impressed with the enthusiasm of the team and decided to sponsor Gold Rush Charter School.