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About RJA

REAL Journey Academies (RJA) is a non-profit, charter school organization headquartered in the Inland Empire region of Southern California. With 14 years of experience, RJA currently operates five school sites serving over 2,000 TK – 12 students and is developing plans to expand operations in the Inland Empire and other regions of California. We provide students with a safe environment that challenges them and helps them excel in their academics and development as a student. 
 
San Bernardino | Moreno Valley | Fontana
 
 
TK-12 Tuition FREE Schools WASC Accredited Schools Fully Credentialed Teachers
 

At A Glance

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    Safe Learning Environment
  • WASC Accredited
  • 1:1 Computers
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    13+ Years of experience
  • Remote Learning

News & Announcements

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Journey’s Wellness Day March 4 & 11

Vision To Learn (VTL) will provide free vision screenings, eye exams, and prescription glasses to our Journey students. This program is at no out-of-pocket cost to our families.
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REAL Journey Academies Welcomes Dr. Rose Ann Bomentre as New Superintendent

REAL Journey Academies (RJA) is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Rose Ann Bomentre as its new Superintendent, bringing over 30 years of experience in education to the fast-growing network of Inland Empire charter schools. Dr. Bomentre will be joining RJA at the beginning of the second semester in January 2024.
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Introducing Our New Weapons Detection Screening System

Starting Dec 4th, meet the newest addition to our school safety protocol. Evolv Technology creates security screening systems that offer a quick, seamless, and positive experience for students, teachers, faculty, and visitors. How does it work? Unlike metal detectors, Evolv’s artificial intelligence tech allows people to simply walk through the systems without always stopping, empty their pockets or bags, or waiting in long lines. Each system is monitored by a member of our staff and alerts the team if a potential weapon is detected.

This technology works to provide enhanced safety without compromising the welcoming culture we’ve developed at our school, allowing students to feel safer and get into the classroom faster.