All donations to the Lowell Community 
Charter Public School Friends are tax-deductible. 

Free Breakfast & Lunch

Lowell Community Charter Public School now offers breakfast and lunch to all students at no charge! Read Food Service Director Ms. Ozana's letter regarding the free meals here.  

Lowell Community Charter Public School stands with our Trustee Fru Nkimbeng and his family as they respond to the recent incident at Lowell Public High School following their son’s election as Senior Class President. The diversity of our community in Lowell is a source of pride and an asset to all. We have no tolerance for discrimination in any form. We know that this can be a tremendous teachable moment for us all as we work together to build a strong community where inclusion in schools is about celebrating and valuing diversity. We work and seek to build a better world, where all can achieve and be honored.

5th Annual Friends of LCCPS Golf Tournament a Success!

 Rain didn't stop the community from showing up to the Friends of LCCPS 5th Annual Golf Tournament at Hickory Hill Golf Course on August 11, 2015. The Golf Tournament raised $35,000 which will go towards the $50,000 target to raise to receive the matching grant from the Edson Parker Foundation for a playground for LCCPS! A HUGE THANK YOU to all of the volunteers who served on the planning committee, who helped during the event, as well as our sponsors! 

Silver Sponsors: GM Insurance, Boston Private and Trust and Christine LaSala
Bronze Sponsors: Cain, Bourret, Jarry & Associates, Silva Brothers Investments, Lowell Sun Charities, Mill No. 5, Dr. Carlos del Rio, Eno, Martin, Donahue LLP, Madison Security, Nehal Patel and Ranga Narasimhan and Pinck.

Lowell Community Charter Public School Mission

Lowell Community Charter Public School is a K-8 school and our mission is to graduate creative, confident and independent thinkers, global citizens and leaders who give back to their community. We will provide a comprehensive education giving students the knowledge, skills and ways of thinking that ensure their success in high school and preparation for the opportunity to go on to college. We expect our students to strive for excellence in academic achievement and personal conduct within a joyful, supportive culture. The diversity within our students, staff, families and community and the many nations from which we come is a source of strength and an opportunity for learning.

Tuesday, October 6
Friends of LCCPS Meeting
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday, October 7
1/2 Day Early Release
Parent Conferences