Middle and high school students who have dropped out of school or are at risk of dropping out have graduation options with Ombudsman,
no matter their circumstances:
- English language barriers
- Family Challenges
Ombudsman helps students achieve their goal of earning a high school diploma and helps school districts improve graduation rates. Students, school districts and Ombudsman have options as they all work toward a common goal—high school graduation.
The goal is for students to earn a diploma from their school district. With a school district’s approval, students may earn an accredited Ombudsman diploma. Either way, students have an accredited diploma they can present when enrolling in a community college, trade school, technical program or university, enlisting in the military or applying for a job.
Ombudsman helps students accomplish their academic goals because we believe that every student can learn, with the right instruction in the right environment. Many Ombudsman students are at risk when they enroll in our learning centers. Nearly all of them – 84 percent – graduate, earn credits or return to their district school closer to or at grade level.