Ombudsman opened their Northeast campus in 2000 for students in 6th through 12th grades. The school provides an alternative to traditional education for students that may be having problems in regular school. The majority of the students attending the school are behind in credits, must work full time jobs, or have issues attending school. The school offers 4-hour day or 4-hour night schedules to help accommodate students that may be working with adult responsibilities.
The school provides a self-paced instructional environment with computer-based curriculum. Qualified teachers are available and devoted to helping each student achieve their goals and graduate high school.
Parents are very pleased with the school, staff, and teachers that actually take an interest in students. No matter if, the child is gifted or is in trouble all the time, the teachers work with their talents to ensure they receive an education. Students enjoy the less stressed environment where everyone is treated equally. Only one parent expressed a negative comment stating that her child thought the school was not challenging enough.
The AIMS scores were not available at the time of this writing, so it would be best to learn more about the school, the curriculum, and the percentages of the students that passed the AIMS series of tests. The main reason the information on the tests is important is that students must pass the exams in order to graduate high school in the state of Arizona.
Ombudsman Learning Center – Northeast
3242 E. Bell Rd. #10
Phoenix, AZ 85032