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Alternative Education Programs Santa Cruz County Office of Education

Our programs are student-centered and adapt to meet individual needs. Staff works collaboratively to facilitate learning and change. Dedicated teachers assist students to achieve social, interpersonal and academic success. Low student-to-teacher ratios are provided in a variety of K-12 edu...[Full Record]
Address: 400 Encinal St.
Santa Cruz,  CA  95060
Phone: 831-466-5728

Branciforte Small Schools Campus

BSSC is a Coalition of Essential Schools campus. The Coalition of Essential Schools (CES) is at the forefront of creating and sustaining personalized, equitable, and intellectually challenging schools. Essential schools are places of powerful learning where all students have the chance to ...[Full Record]
Address: 840 North Branciforte Avenue
Santa Cruz,  CA  95062
Phone: 831-429-3898

Growing Up in Santa Cruz

Provides a monthly parenting newspaper for Santa Cruz County. Each month features a calendar of events that highlights activities, groups, performances and other programs that are focused on children, families and parenting. Also included in each issue are regular columns and articles focu...[Full Record]
Address: PO Box: 3505
Santa Cruz,  CA  95063
Phone: 831-464-7863

Live Oak School District

The Live Oak School District was established in 1872. As a diverse community in the heart of Santa Cruz County, our mission is to prepare preschool through 12th grade students to make meaningful contributions in a rapidly changing world through engagement in academically rigorous curriculu...[Full Record]
Address: 984-1 Bostwick Lane
Santa Cruz,  CA  95062
Phone: 831-475-6333

Natural Bridges High School/Career Training Center

Natural Bridges High School/Career Training Center is a program for students in grades 10-12 seeking employment training while earning credits toward high school graduation. The program includes training for careers in agriculture, construction, alternative energy, habitat restoration and ...[Full Record]
Address: 313 Swift Street
Santa Cruz,  CA  95060
Phone: 831-457-8254

Pajaro Valley Unified School District

We deliver a dynamic educational program to over 19,000 students at our sixteen elementary schools, six middle schools, three high schools, five charter schools, seventeen childrenĀ“s centers, a continuation high school, an Adult Education School, and two alternative schools. We offer a ran...[Full Record]
Address: 294 Green Valley Road
Watsonville,  CA  95076
Phone: 831-786-2100

San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District

The San Lorenzo Valley Unified School District, in partnership with our families and community, will provide an active and innovative education that respects, challenges and engages mind, body and spirit to educate and graduate motivated, successful, and compassionate individuals who have ...[Full Record]
Address: 325 Marion Avenue
Ben Lomond,  CA  95005
Phone: 831-336-5194  Ext: 105

Santa Cruz City Schools

Santa Cruz City Schools is comprised of an elementary and a secondary district governed by one Board of Education. Elementary District: Bay View Elementary 1231 Bay St. 429-3991 DeLaveaga Elementary 1145 Morrissey Blvd. 429-3807 Gault Elementary,1320 Seabright Ave. 429-3856 Westl...[Full Record]
Address: 405 Old San Jose Road
Soquel,  CA  95073
Phone: 831-429-3410

Santa Cruz County Career Technical Education Partnership

The Santa Cruz County Career Technical Education Partnership (CTEP) provides students with the opportunity to acquire career training and technical skills that prepare them for success in a changing workplace and continuing education. CTEP, a Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WA...[Full Record]
Address: 399 Encinal Street
Santa Cruz,  CA  95060
Phone: 831-466-5760

Santa Cruz County Office of Education

More than 150 years ago, the citizens of California, through the State Constitution and State Legislature created a three-level system of public education. While regulations, funding, and fundamental policies are established at the State level, the day-to-day delivery of instruction is the...[Full Record]
Address: 400 Encinal Street
Santa Cruz,  CA  95060
Phone: 831-466-5600

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