CICS Loomis Primary Academy

Welcome to CICS Loomis Primary. We are a tuition-free public charter school educating students in grades K-2. CICS Loomis Primary is a member of the Charter Schools USA (CSUSA) family of schools.

Our Mission

The mission of CICS-Loomis Primary Academy is to inspire children to learn by providing engaging and rigorous experiences that foster independence in a safe and nurturing environment.

Our Vision

CICS-Loomis Primary Academy will collaborate with families and the community to pave the road for our children to become cooperative learners, critical thinkers, and strong leaders who will positively affect the world around them.

Our Commitment

We are Committed to Excellence in Education. With that, everything that we do, everything that we are, and everything that people see, will be excellent. At every turn we will consider whether what we are doing is what is best for our students and therefore, excellent.

Our Pledge

I pledge today to do my best in reading math and all the rest. I promise to adhere to the rules, in my class and in our school. I'll respect myself and others too, I'll expect the best in all I do, I am here to learn all I can, to try my best and be all I am. I’m a Loomis Lion, hear me roar, safe and responsible from shore to shore respectful and honest in every way I vow to be EXCELLENT Every day!

Our Guiding Principles

We are safe. We are respectful. We are responsible.

What is a Charter School?

Charter schools are tuition-free public schools of choice, but each charter school is governed independently. Unlike traditional public schools, every charter school must demonstrate success, or it will lose its charter.

CSUSA is one of the largest providers of charter school management services in the nation. CSUSA manages private and municipal charters for grades Pre-K through 12.

For more information on Charter Schools USA, please visit


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