Excellence in Education for the 21st Century
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Welcome to Charter College and Career Prep

We are a seat based program that offers multiple options for your student to meet their learning goals. As an alternative school, we are able to offer many possibilities for your student to succeed.

How to Reach Us | Summer 2020

Due to COVID-19, the school office will be closed to the public. However, we are here and able to respond to enrollment questions and general information. We are accepting new enrollees for the 2020-2021 school year. For a quick response, please call (530) 295-2259 or e-mail Senior Secretary Amanda Stanford at astanford@edcoe.org.

Message from the Principal | June 2020

In Review

Hello Charter College and Career Prep Students and Families! By now your summer is in full swing and I am certain it looks much different than it has in the past. All of us have learned much since our shift to distance learning which started on March 16th. Although we were in uncharted territory, the teachers and staff at CCP supported all of our students to remain IN SCHOOL and engaged. Thank you to the parents and guardians for the perseverance and strength you showed to help your families and students stay on track. On May 27th, we celebrated 26 graduates as they walked across the stage and moved their tassels from right to left: in acknowledgement that one chapter ends and another begins.

Looking Ahead

The 2020-2021 school year begins on August 12th. There is much work to do to prepare for the multiple options we must consider in order to ensure our CCP community that health and safety come first. What we have learned to a great extent, is the incredible flexibility we are afforded as an alternative school. All currently enrolled students have a schedule already built (thank you Assistant Principal Forsman), and we are ready to launch into the 2020-2021 school year. Next year’s schedule focuses on the following: credit recovery, acceleration, and on track to graduate. Each student’s schedule is individually built to support the goal of each student. If you have friends who would like to take advantage of our flexibility and program goals, please have them email Amanda Stanford at astanford@edcoe.org with any enrollment questions.

Final Thoughts

We will come out the other side of COVID-19. No one can foresee the future, but we can anticipate what that looks like, plan for multiple scenarios, and shape our future together. At CCP, our most valuable asset are people: parents, guardians, students, teachers, staff, all of El Dorado County Office of Education, and our strong, resilient, determined school community!

Communication

Although the office is closed to the public, we are here for you! Just call, 530-295-2259, or e-mail the Senior Secretary Amanda Stanford at astanford@edcoe.org , Principal Maria Osborne at mosborne@edcoe.org, or Assistant Principal Erik Forsman at eforsman@edcoe.org.

 

Be Well!

Maria Osborne, Principal

Charter College and Career Prep

Chromebook Return Schedule | Summer School Opportunity

Chromebook Return Schedule

It is time to turn in your Chromebook and any other materials that belong to CCP. The office will be open for returns starting tomorrow, June 2, 2020. We will be accepting returns from 9:00am – 1:00pm at the main office. The last day to turn in materials is Friday June 5, 2020. If the return times do not work for you, please contact Senior Secretary Amanda Stanford at 530-295-2259 to make other arrangements.

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Last Day to Sign Up For Summer School

Do you want to accelerate and graduate early? Do you want to recover credits and graduate on time? Do you want to earn your driver’s license? Have we got a deal for you! Sign up for CCP Summer School. Summer School is distance learning only. The last day to sign up is Tuesday June 2, 2020. Contact Erik Forsman at 530-295-2281 or eforsman@edcoe.org

Image above of graduation caps and stop light with Driver's Education written. 

 

A Message From Your ASB President and 2020 Graduate

Video above of Michael Ross giving his graduation speech.