the future of charter school facilities funding

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Charter School Capital discusses the steps your charter school can take to turn your school's facility dreams into reality at the California Charter Schools Conference. The presentation will help school administrators and board members gain valuable insights into the future of charter school funding and facilities. We discuss how available funding sources are being utilized to build and operate charter schools, as well as approaches to funding the operational costs, new construction, and modernization of charter school facilities.

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  • 1. The Future of Charter School Facilities FundingWednesday, March 13 2013 California Charter Schools Conference San Diego, CA Copyright 2013 Charter School Capital, Inc.
  • 2. Welcome. Copyright 2013 Charter School Capital, Inc.
  • 3. WELCOMEPanelistsCharter School Capital Stuart Ellis Founder and CEO Jon Dahlberg VP of Business Development and Facilities3Copyright 2013 Charter School Capital, Inc.
  • 4. FACILITES PROJECTWhat We Will Cover Today Understanding and choosing a funding structure Balancing facilities dreams and budget realities Funding Approval - keys areas of focus Project execution and timing Other considerations4Copyright 2013 Charter School Capital, Inc.
  • 5. Focused on Charter Schools. Copyright 2013 Charter School Capital, Inc.
  • 6. WHAT WE DOProvide charter schools access to funding Working and growth capital Accelerate attendance-based funding oReceivables Purchase Model oSecured Loan oSecured LOC Facilities financing Expansion and new development Relocation and refinancing Resource development Matching clients with grant, entitlement and philanthropic funds6Copyright 2013 Charter School Capital, Inc.
  • 7. WHO WE ARE100% Dedicated to charter schools Specialty finance company serving only charter schools Headquartered in Portland, OR Began funding charter schools in California in 2007 Over $500M of funding provided to date Team of 30 professionals dedicated to delivering timely and flexible solutions Relationships with over 300 charter schools serving 250,000 students Stellar track record with schools and investors7Copyright 2013 Charter School Capital, Inc.
  • 8. WHERE WE ARE CSC ? 1,000 ? 11StudentsSchools 40,000 31,000 147 72 23,000 64,000 5,000 41,000 116` 184 16 19,000 235 122,000 6,000 43 328 259 17 103,000 26,000 4 300 126,000 164 80 6 10,000 17,000 49,000 360 33 48 26,000 22 45,000 63 360 18,000 82,000 81 4,000 21,000 4 50 32,000 179 412,000 18 41 45,000 53 983 10,000 109 7,000 40 19,000 135,000 11,000 17,000 20 47 524 31 84 56,000 6,000 104 27 188,000 43,000 280 9,000 99 179,000 31 520 8 Copyright 2013 Charter School Capital, Inc.
  • 9. Charter School Capital is a trustworthy and reliable financing resource. They are a true friend and ally to charter schools, our movement and the children we serve. - Caprice Young, VP for Education, The Arnold Foundation9Copyright 2013 Charter School Capital, Inc.
  • 10. Facilities Funding Structures. Copyright 2013 Charter School Capital, Inc.
  • 11. PERCEPTION vs. REALITYWhat to Consider in a Financing Structure Ownership is an investment Control is critical to maintain stability or growth Evaluate dollars spent not percentage rates Cost is not just money, but time and opportunity11Copyright 2013 Charter School Capital, Inc.
  • 12. WANT vs. NEED vs. BUDGETWhat can we afford? What is required? Existing Academic reserves mission Ongoing % of Growth plan revenue Your for attendance Fundraising Project Specialty public / private requirements Funding Local alternatives considerations12Copyright 2013 Charter School Capital, Inc.
  • 13. FUNDING COMPARISON Traditional BANK LT Lease /Criteria Cash Bond

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