Located in Peoria, Arizona on the northwest corner of 95th Avenue and Peoria Road less than a mile off of the Loop 101, Ombudsman Charter Northwest is an alternative education charter school with open enrollment. Open enrollment means students can enroll at any time throughout the year. Charter Northwest offers two convenient four hour sessions each day to earn your Arizona diploma.
- Student mentoring
- Small school setting
- Individualized curriculum
- Graduation Focused
- Prioritizing school safety and course completion
- Innovative Microsoft workplace skills
- Flexible scheduling options
- AM 7:30-11:30 am
- PM 12:00-4:00 pm
Frequently Asked Questions about Northwest Charter
Yes, we do take credits previously earned at other schools, and if you decide to go back to your old high school our credits are transferable.
Students earn a fully accredited high school diploma that can be used to enter college, the military, trade school, or anywhere else that requires a diploma.
Yes, every year we will host our traditional graduation ceremony at the end of the school year to celebrate all graduates from that year. During the celebration, students wear caps and gowns and get to walk across the stage with their class.
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Our classrooms tend to be smaller than a traditional high school and while in school, students are immersed in a blended learning environment. What this means is that for their English and Math classes students will be in a traditional teacher-led classroom, similar to what you see in a traditional high school. For the rest of the time, students are in a lab environment working at their own pace through the rest of the classes. In the labs, there is a teacher to provide one-on-one support.
Students attend school for four hours a day Monday-Friday. You’ll have the option to attend our morning or afternoon session.
For those students who cannot attend regularly, we have the OMB Online Academy which provides greater schedule flexibility.
- Cable networking industry certifications (C-Tech)
- Medical billing and coding industry certifications (NHA)
- Medical Assisting industry certifications (NHA)
- Microsoft Innovation Certificates
- Microsoft Office Specialist industry certifications
- Credit Based Work Opportunities
- College and Career Readiness Transition
Clubs & Groups
- Ombudsman CARES
- STUCO (student council)
- BC2M (Bring Change to Mind)
- Journalism Club
- Game Club
Dear Charter Northwest Families,
My name is Tami DiMascio, and I am the new Principal of Ombudsman Charter Northwest. Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year! This year will be full of rigorous work, engaging activities, and strong connections between students and staff. I bring over 25 years of education and social work experience to this campus. I believe that every student has the potential to graduate given the appropriate support system is created around them.
Here at Charter Northwest, we have a dedicated, compassionate, and versatile team who are all passionate about helping students reach their goal of graduation. As a team we are deeply committed to meet each student where they are at and create optimal plans for students to complete courses, increase attendance, and work on social-emotional skills. We work collaboratively to meet high expectations, foster strong executive functioning skills, and create healthy habits for life-long success.
Communication is essential in ensuring we keep students on track for graduation. I believe that partnering with parents is a key element in education. If you ever have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to me directly. I look forward to partnering with families, community members, and students to create a rich learning environment for the 2022-2023 school year.
Tami DiMascio MSW, M.Ed.
Principal, Charter Northwest