History

Celerity Educational Group (CEG) is a non-profit organization created to serve at-risk children, youth and their families. Our organization is founded on the belief that children need a nurturing environment to safely explore the world around them, in order to discover their own talents and abilities, and to learn so they can grow into successful adults. To date, CEG serves one vision in seven locations:


Celerity Nascent Charter School (CNCS) opened its doors to the Crenshaw community in 2005 and currently serves approximately 600 students.

Celerity Himalia Charter School (CDCS) opened its doors in 2017 and currently serves approximately 700 students in the South Los Angeles Area.

Celerity Rolas Charter School (CTCS) opened its doors in 2017 and currently serves approximately 500 students in the Eagle Rock Community and Highland Park Communities.

Celerity Octavia Charter School (COCS) opened its doors in 2010 in the Glassell Park Community and currently serves approximately 400 students.

Celerity Sirius Charter School (CSCS) opened its doors in 2011 in the Compton Community and currently serves approximately 400 students.

Celerity Cardinal Charter School (CCCS) opened its doors in 2011 in the Sun Valley Community and currently serves approximately 250 students.

Celerity Palmati Charter School (CPCS) opened its doors in 2011 in the North Hollywood Community and currently serves approximately 300 students.


Celerity Charter Schools are developed by the Celerity Educational Group, a non-profit organization created to serve at-risk children, youth and their families. Our organization is founded on the belief that children need a nurturing environment to safely explore the world around them, in order to discover their own talents and abilities, and to learn so they can grow into successful adults.

The educational development team has dedicated over 100 combined years to the education of students in the Metro area of Los Angeles. Our directors have a significant record of successfully increasing test scores. They rose through the ranks of LAUSD as teachers first and developing their career as literacy coaches, coordinators, administrators and school principals.

The community leaders that form the Board and Support Staff of the development team have a long history of dedication and commitment to serving families in impoverished communities. They consist of local church and business leaders that see Celerity as the future of education.