Earn their high school diploma at their own pace
Attend an OYA program at sites in San Jose or Gilroy
Benefit from the academic services of credentialed teachers, counselors and support staff
Are eligible for workforce training and employment opportunities
Each student meets with an OYA teacher and Education Navigator to develop an Individual Learning Plan.
The OYA Community Liaison begins the registration process into the program, guides the student to the nearest OYA site, and encourages and motivates students as they become familiarized with the program.
The OYA Counselor reviews school transcripts with the student to identify graduation requirements and set credit accrual goals.
The OYA Education Navigator provides supports by identifying barriers to the student’s progress and securing needed resources, including help with housing, transportation, child care, and employment training.
The OYA Teacher works one-on-one with students and provides small group instruction as students progress through their high school curriculum.
Who should apply?
Potential OYA Students:
want to return to school and complete their diploma
want to identify and explore possible college or career paths
are not currently enrolled in school
are between the ages of 16 and 24
Ready to Learn • Ready to Work • Ready to Live
The OYA is a member of the Santa Clara County Opportunity Youth Partnership.
Student and Family Handbook 2017-18.pdf
Youth Voice – Experience in Reengagement Education