Notice: COVID-19 Response
Welcome back students! Ombudsman Charter Schools are open for enrollment and will begin remote learning August 12th, with on-site support services starting August 17th. Please reference our Roadmap for Reopening (Spanish) which includes mitigation strategies, face covering policy, and our policy for returning to in-person instruction. For more details about our distance learning plan click here.
Please contact your school directly to develop a plan for you!
For more information please call the administrative office at 602-840-2997 or visit our COVID-19 FAQ page.
Be sure to follow @Ombudsman Educational Services on Facebook and @OmbudsmanAZ on Twitter, for additional updates.
Ready to connect, collaborate, and graduate? Enroll now, schools are open and offering a combination of in person instruction, remote learning, and on-site support service options. Contact our office for more information at 602-317-0837.
Why Ombudsman Arizona Charter Schools?
Ombudsman Charter Schools in Arizona 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 an Ombudsman Charter School in Arizona, 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 Arizona Charter School at any time during the year and earn your high school diploma in a professional, alternative school setting.
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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 2020 – $47,497
Average salary of all teachers employed in prior year 2019 – $45,235
Increase in average teacher salary from the prior year 2019 – $2,262
Percentage increase – 5.0%