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Department of Education
Yes! AJH is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
Yes! All teachers within AJH are highly qualified and instruct students in accordance with their credentialing. The OCDE Human Resource division closely monitors teacher assignments.
The average classroom size in AJH is approximately 10-12 students. Classrooms are equipped with computers, smartboards, and other technology which greatly enhances traditional classroom teaching and learning, thereby affording all students the opportunity to make great strides in their academic progress.
Yes! AJH Student Records Technicians and the School Counselor request and review transcripts from the school of residence, perform credit checks, and ensure that each student is enrolled in coursework that allow for continued progress towards a diploma.
Yes! Most classrooms have computers dedicated to student use as well as multiple computer labs for students on the various campuses. Students have limited and supervised access to the internet.
Yes! Students may complete coursework needed to earn a high school diploma while enrolled. The diploma will list the Orange County Department of Education as the issuing institution.
HiSET preparation is offered to eligible students who are 17 or older and completed fewer than 100 high school credits.
Identified students may be offered the option of a graduation exemption which reduces the number of credits required to graduate from 220 to 130. For additional information, contact the AJH School Counselor.
Yes. The Orange County Probation Department partners with local community colleges and OCDE programs to provide educational opportunities to enhance the college and career readiness of graduates in the institutions.
Official transcripts are available only through the ACCESS Attendance and Records Office:1669 East Wilshire AvenueSuites 601-602Santa Ana, CA 92705(714) 547-9972