Utica, NY (WIBX) - The Mohawk Valley Community Charter School and the Utica Academy of Science Charter School have both pulled their applications from the state's Education Department and will resubmit them in June.

Both schools had issues with their applications. According to the MVCCS, after a review by education officials, the group "decided to spend more time on strengthening their application documents." The UASCS didn't file necessary signatures and was rejected.

As of now, both schools plan to resubmit in June. If the schools meet necessary state requirements and are passed by the Board of Regents, they could open for classes in September 2013.