ACOE’s new Opportunity Academy School serves students ages 16-24 who have previously separated from school or have been unsuccessful in school, desire a high school diploma, and will benefit from support with employment readiness and obtaining employment.
Opportunity Academy utilizes an independent studies format with blended learning models; incorporating computer-based curriculum, small group instruction, independent and classroom-based study options.
Opportunity Academy School, in partnership with Youth Employment Partnership (YEP), in Oakland, an organization providing Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act-funded services to similar populations, will provide an environment that encourages student growth and success in and out of the classroom.
What Opportunity Charter Offers
- Individualized learning and transition plans (ILTPs) designed to assist students in earning a high school diploma by completing the California minimum course requirements of 130 credits
- An independent study format with flexible hours to accommodate work and/or day care responsibilities
- Referrals to appropriate support services
- Opportunities for internships, apprenticeship programs and job placement through our community partnership with Youth Employment Partnership (YEP)