We offer a full-day academic program where students can successfully earn a middle and high school diploma following California State Standards through engaging and rigorous curriculum. We offer a variety of hands-on electives to engage student imaginations. Among our priorities is to develop college and work-ready skills, as well as provide advanced educational opportunities that broaden options to succeed in the 21st century.
Dear Parents and Guardians of Charter College and Career Prep Students,
The El Dorado County Youth Commission is a group of dedicated High School students from throughout the county, appointed by the County Board of Supervisors and County Office of Education, to represent the voice of local youth. The website is YChealth.org.
The Youth Commission has created a website to support students with resources about mental health and wellness. The Commission also supports that good mental health is as much about each student’s mental, emotional, and spiritual state as it is about their physical condition.
Self-Wellness Week is a student-driven awareness campaign to help create a community culture where students can and are comfortable with reaching out for support to connect with a peer, trusted adult, or professional when feeling overwhelmed. You may see blue and green bracelets being worn by our students as a reminder that embracing wellness is a strength of character. It is our hope this is a signal to others to be part of a healthy community. Thank you for all you do for our students and school community. Be well!
Take a look at their website and view the short video, featuring several of our high school students.
Dear Parents, Students, Staff, and Community Members:
Charter Alternative Programs is committed to providing a high-quality educational experience that prepares students for the future. We depend on your feedback to continue to improve our services. Please assist us by taking our Fall 2019 Stakeholder Survey using the link or QR code below. It takes less than 5 minutes to answer all 14 questions.
Thank you for your assistance.
Click on the following link to access the Stakeholder survey:
Use the camera on your smartphone to activate the QR code, which will take you directly to the Stakeholder survey:
We accept student enrollment throughout the school year. The process is easy. We first meet with you to discuss how our program functions. Then, if you decide that this is the program for you, complete the enrollment paperwork, and we will assess your student in order to place them in the best classes for success. To schedule an appointment, please call Amanda Stanford at (530) 295-2434.