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​​​​​​​​​​​In response to circumstances brought on by COVID-19, ACCESS programs are working toward a resumption of in-person instruction. In-person instruction will be integrated with and complemented by online learning options. ​In-person instruction will begin to be phased in when permitted by the State of California and the Orange County Health Care Agency.​ Staff and teachers will still be responding to e-mail and connecting with students to continue providing learning opportunities and support​.​

COVID-19 Operations Written Report 
2020-21 ​OCDE Learning Continuity and Atten​dance Plan​
LCFF Budget Overview f​or Parents​​

Alternative, Communit​y, and Correctional Education Schools and Services (ACCESS)

We are proud to collaborate with our local school districts as a continuum of services and intervention made possible through our alternate educational option for students. In ACCESS, our goal is to do the following:

  • Provide students with a caring, safe, and successful learning environment designed to develop lifelong skills, and instill a voice that leads to positive transformation.

  • Incorporate a technology-rich environment that stimulates meaningful dialogue and offers the application of real life skills, including CTE opportunities.

  • Support the whole child in building confidence through an engaging, rigorous, individualized academic program that includes a variety of co-curricular activities and wrap around services that promote personal growth.

  • Value our dedicated faculty, parents, community, and partners who make a difference for students by creating a pathways for future success.

  • Commit to a high level of student engagement and attendance, increased academic achievement, and positive collaborative behaviors that promote students productive citizenship and college, career and life readiness.

    ​​​​​​​​​​​Alternative Education Office

    Phone: (714) 245-6402