The Juvenile Court, Community and Alternative School programs serve the educational needs of students who are under the protection or authority of the juvenile court or those who are referred from school districts due to truancy, behavioral issues or expulsion. Our mission is to empower our county’s most disenfranchised youth toward a productive future through restorative relationships, targeted instruction, and inspiring opportunities for growth. Our objective is to help our students gain the social and academic skills they will need for employment or further education and the interpersonal skills they will need to maintain positive and meaningful relationships.
Our goals are to provide:
Our foundational tenets are:
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Crossroads School is located at Juvenile Hall. This school serves all students who are incarcerated in the Juvenile Hall facility.
Chamberlain High School
Chamberlain High School serves students who are on formal probation. This school is a collaboration between NCOE and Napa County Probation Department. This “wrap-around” model provides intensive support from a variety of agencies in an effort to help students become successful both in school and in the community.
Liberty High School
Liberty High School currently has four self-contained classrooms. Three serve a maximum of 21 students. The fourth serves Special Day Class students, and has a maximum of 12 students. Students attending this school must have been expelled from their prior school, or are referred to Liberty by the probation department.
Creekside Middle School
Creekside Middle School is a self-contained classroom that contains a maximum of 20 students in grades 7 and 8. Students must be referred to this program by their school district or the probation department. The school serves students who are either on formal probation, expelled from school districts, habitual truants, or student who would benefit from being in a smaller class setting.
“Napa Valley Community High School”
Referrals to this independent study program are made through the probation department or school districts. The program serves students who are either on formal probation or expelled from school districts. The teacher meets with the student once per week to set up educational assignments for the week and to review progress.
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