Educational Opportunity Center (EOC-YPIC) Charter High School

Educational Opportunity Center (EOC-YPIC) Charter High School Logo

Basic Information

Address: 3810 W 16th Street Yuma Az 85364
County: Yuma
District: Yuma Private Industry Council
Phone Number: 928-329-0990
Fax Number: 928-3329-9377
Principal: Brian Grossenburgerheimerschmit

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Additional Information

School Type: Alternative
Accreditation: Arizona
District ID: 01
School ID: 01
State District ID: 4509
State School ID: 2349
Grade Level: 9-12
Founded: 1995
School Setting:

We offer both brick and motor classroom settings in addition to hybrid and independent coursework.

School Schedule (Hours in Day): 6 hours
School Days in Calendar Year: 181
School Holidays: Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, MLK, Presidents Day, Spring Break and Dover Day
School Colors: Purple and Black
School Mascot: Hornet
School Size: 105
Classroom Size: 20-25
Classroom Teachers: 6
Student/Teacher Ratio: 5:1
Support Services:

We offer life skills support, academic material support, day care support, and college tuition support for qualifying students.

After School Programs: Yes
Computer Capabilities:

We have a one computer lab with 16 computers.

School Championships:

Recognized as an "A" Arizona school

School Clubs:

Student Council, HOSA, DECA

Lunch Availability: Yes
Parking Spaces/Availability:


Uniform Guidelines:

Professional student attire

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Educational Opportunity Center is to provide an exceptional learning opportunity for students seeking an alternative education that will maximize student achievement to include demonstrating proficiency on State Exit Exams through a high support environment to enable students to become productive, contributing, and successful citizens.

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

Our students have experienced extensive failures within the mainstreamed community, educational system and have developed multiple personal barriers. We cannot be content in providing an environment that utilizes traditional approaches and services. Our instruction, curriculum, advisory, guidance, and coordination of services must be intense and monitored with extreme accountability to meet the needs of each student. We must lift our professional integrity beyond the scope of academic teaching and focus upon fostering the personal and academic growth of the students so that they may become contributing members of our community.

Enrollment Characteristics: 97% of the students are behind on high school credits but recapture lost credits in about 1 academic year.