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Cambridge High School

Cambridge High School is a full-time, alternative education program that is available to students age 16 and older who live within the Fresno Unified School District. Cambridge offers students the opportunity to recover credits during a 5-period school day. While enrolled at Cambridge, students may also take classes through Cesar Chavez Adult School (“Night school”), CART, Duncan ROP, FCC online, afterschool EDGENUITY Labs, ESLP courses and APEX for added credit recovery. If all available credit recovery opportunities are taken advantage of, students can earn more than 100 credits in one academic year.

Programs

  • Students 16 to 18 years of age
  • Dual Enrollment and Enrichment courses through Fresno City College
  • Flexible Schedules available
  • Career Technical Education courses: Small Business; Marketing; and Graphic Design
  • Work Experience and job preparation courses available with targeted support

School Basics

  • 1001 S. Chestnut, Fresno, CA 93727
  • (559) 253-6560
  • Student Population: 500
  • Grades: 10 – 12
  • School Type: Continuation
  • Cambridge Website:  go.fresnou.org/cambridge

DeWolf High School

DeWolf High School is a full-time, alternative education program that is available to 10th – 12th grade students. DeWolf offers students the opportunity to recover credits during a 5-period school day. While enrolled at DeWolf, students may also take classes through Cesar Chavez Adult School (“Night school”), CART, Duncan ROP, FCC, and APEX for added credit recovery. If all available credit recovery than 100 credits in one academic year.

Programs

  • Students 16 to 18 years of age
  • Dual Enrollment and Enrichment courses through Fresno City College
  • Flexible Schedules available
  • Career Technical Education courses: Construction Management; Urban Innovations and Certifications
  • Work Experience and job preparation courses available with targeted support

School Basics

  • 2445 N. Dakota, Fresno, Ca 93705
  • (559) 257-2990
  • Student Population: 150
  • Grades: 10 – 12
  • School Type: Continuation
  • DeWolf Website:  go.fresnou.org/dewolf

J.E. Young Academic Center

J. E. Young offers an Independent Studies model program, blended learning and online courses for students from all FUSD high schools, grades 7 -12, with the goal of recovering credits to return the student to their home school. Students meet with their independent study teachers in subject specific classes in English, Mathematics, Social Science and Science. If all available credit recovery opportunities are taken advantage of, students can earn 100 credits in one academic year.

Programs

  • Independent Study grades 9-12
  • Online Academy (eLearn) grades 7-12
  • Flexible scheduling options for students
  • Dual Enrollment and Enrichment courses through Fresno City College
  • Career Technical Education course: Pre-Employment Preparation
  • Participate in CIF sports at your comprehensive high school
  • Work Experience and job preparation courses available with targeted support

School Basics

  • 822 N. Abby, Fresno, Ca 93701
  • (559) 457-3190
  • Student Population: 350
  • Grades: 7 – 12
  • School Type: Independent Studies/Online Academy
  • J.E. Young Website:   go.fresnou.org/jeyoung

Phoenix Secondary

Phoenix Secondary Academy is a unique educational program designed to meet the needs of extremely “at risk” students in grades 7th through 12th for Fresno Unified School District. The program creates an environment in which the staff builds strong relationships with students and parents and work intensely to create positive learning experiences that work to reverse a long history of school failure. Phoenix Secondary provides therapeutic support in the form of a school psychologist, school counselors and social workers that involve students in individual and group counseling geared towards anger management, peer and parent conflict resolution, to provide rigorous class offerings and intensive, focused support in areas of identified student need, as well as, a robust credit recovery program to maintain students on track to graduate.

Programs

  • Grades 7-12
  • Behavioral supports for at-risk students
  • Interscholastic sports program
  • Online credit recovery program
  • Work Experience and job preparation courses available with targeted support

School Basics

  • 5090 E Church Ave, Fresno, Ca 93725
  • (559) 253-6520
  • Student Population: 200
  • Grades: 7 – 12
  • School Type: Community Day School
  • Phoenix Secondary Website:  go.fresnou.org/phoenix2
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