Iftin Charter is non-sectarian in all its programs, admission policies, employment practices and operations. Iftin does not discriminate against
    any pupil on the basis of ethnicity, national origin, gender or disability.



Iftin Charter School is a tuition-free public school with an open enrollment system that accepts children from anywhere in San Diego County. Our school runs independently from the San Diego Unified School District, tailoring to our own program and community needs. This provides an increase in educational choice for our administration, classroom teachers, policymakers, and parents


IFTIN Preamble

“I have the power to create a great life for myself.  My character is demonstrated through high personal and academic standards. I always behave in a way that brings me closer to my goals of success in college, career and life. I respect the individual differences in my school community. I follow the rules to keep my neighborhood safe and strong. To achieve my goals, I will follow the IFTIN Way of Integrity, Focus, Tolerance, Independence, and Nurturing.”

*Integrity
*Focus
*Tolerance
*Independence
*Nurturing

The IFTIN WAY is our code of conduct. All children and adults as well follow IFTIN WAY at all times at school. Every morning in Morning Assembly a student will give a 2 min. talk on the topic of the day.(Read more)


Special Education

Iftin Charter is committed to providing eligible students with disabilities a free and appropriate public education consistent with federal and state laws, including those students enrolled in private schools, wards of the state, highly mobile students with exceptional needs, etc. For information call (619) 265-2411.

These services are provided based on the individual needs of the student. After a team, comprised of educational professionals and the parent(s) determine a students' unique needs and consider a variety of factors an Individual Education Program (IEP) is created. An IEP is a legal document that describes how Iftin Charter School provides services to a student with exceptional needs. Special Ed support and services are provided under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)