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NOW ENROLLING for the 2018-19 school year! IMPORTANT DATES: January 18-21, MLK Day Weekend; February 18, President’s Day; March 18-22, Spring Break; April 18 & 19, No School; May 27, Memorial Day; June 6, Last Day of School.


Why Ombudsman Arizona Charter Schools?

Ombudsman Charter Schools are perfect for students who want an alternative to traditional high school. If you need to earn additional credits, are at risk of dropping out or have dropped out of school and want to return and earn your high school diploma, we can help. As a student at Ombudsman Charter School, you CAN do it all! A four-hour school day allows time for family, friends, work and school. We prepare you for college, career – for life – after high school. You can enroll in an Ombudsman Charter School at any time during the year and earn your diploma in a professional, alternative school setting.

Why Choose Us

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For Students

Students say Ombudsman “feels like home.” They find it easier to focus in a learning community where there’s no drama or distraction – and where there’s plenty of motivation. Ombudsman operates seven alternative charter schools in Arizona, and you can enroll in any location that’s convenient for you.

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For Families

No matter what kind of family structure surrounds a student—single parent household, parenting teens, a grandparent who is head of the household—Ombudsman works with each student and his or her family to ensure success.

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For Faculty

Ombudsman teachers have a special passion for working with students who are at risk, and they love knowing they make a real difference in the lives of young people who may not otherwise graduate from high school. Our teachers have a true career path, with opportunities to learn, grow and advance professionally.

As part of the ‘Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow’ initiative, Ombudsman recognizes educators each quarter who take learning to the next level by engaging their students in a 21st century hands-on or collaborative manner. Those recognized are educators who strive to make learning meaningful by pushing students to be inquisitive and work beyond the basic curriculum.
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"Many here have faced difficult obstacles from poverty to broken families and everything in between. Personally, I have been my own obstacle. Without sounding like I know what you’ve been through, I think I have some advice we can all use."
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"We’ve all been through the struggle or have struggled in some parts of our life. I saw my struggles and I knew that education was my only way out of them. It feels pretty good to be able to put high school graduate on my resume. "
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  • 2,500+
  • 95%
    feel ready for future
  • 3,330+
    credits earned

Average Teacher Salary

(A.R.S. §15-189.05), as added by Laws 2018, Ch. 285, §3

Average salary of all teachers employed in budget year 2019 – $45,235
Average salary of all teachers employed in prior year 2018 – $41,500
Increase in average teacher salary from the prior year 2018 – $3,735
Percentage increase – 9.0%