Student Collaboration

Our Students

  • The juvenile programs serve approximately 600 students each year.  Alternative education serves students who are truant, have chronic social/behavioral difficulties, are on juvenile probation, have been expelled, pregnant or parenting teens, homeless youth, those in foster care and/or students who need to support themselves. Local school districts, local School Attendance Review Boards, probation officers or social workers may refer students to the programs. These students represent a wide range of scholastic abilities ranging from the gifted to the academically challenged.