OYA Registration and Enrollment FAQ.pdfOYA Registration Packet (updated 1 24 17).pdf
The Opportunity Youth Academy offers students a blended learning program of teacher-directed instruction and online credit accrual and recovery options. The individualized support of teachers, counselors, education navigators, community liaisons and access to the services of SCCOE partners from community-based organizations is the hallmark of this unique program. The focus is ensuring that students leave the program with a high school diploma, and a path to postgraduation college or career. The classes students complete satisfy admission requirements for California public universities and military service.
Each student meets with an OYA teacher and Education Navigator to develop an Individual Learning Plan.
Who should apply?
Potential OYA Students:
Ready to Learn • Ready to Work • Ready to Live
The OYA is a member of the Santa Clara County Opportunity Youth Partnership.
Nicky Ramos-Beban, Ph.D. Interim OYA Principal
Assistant Director, AED
LEA Coordinator for SCCOE
OYA Sobrato512 Valley WayMilpitas, CA 95035
OYA South County7680 Monterey Road, Suite 101Gilroy, CA 95020
OYA The Hub591 North King Road, Suite 1San Jose, CA 95133
OYA Washington921 South First Street, Suite BSan Jose, CA 95110
749 Story Road, Suite 10San Jose, CA 95122