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Come Back Kids (CBK)

 

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The Stanislaus County Office of Education proudly offers a high school program for adults (ages 18 and above) who want to come back to complete their education.  If you want to attend college, technical school, or enter the workforce but have found that not having a high school diploma has stopped you...COME BACK to continue earning your high school diploma!  We offer a rigorous high school academic program that is flexible, customized and focused on areas of need to help you successfully earn a diploma.  Following a community college model, students are enrolled in courses according to identified individual areas of need.  Choice courses are available online; all courses offer support classes with small groups or one-on-one with a teacher.  For more information on orientation dates and times please visit our Facebook page or call our office at (209) 238-8600.

 

Orientations

The first step for students looking to enroll in Come Back Kids Adult Charter School is to attend a CBK Orientation in person or view the Online Orientation Video. See below for more information on upcoming in-person orientations or to view the online orientation video and complete the interest form. If you have any questions you may contact the Orientation Information Line at (209) 238-8600.

Upcoming In-Person Orientation 

 

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Online Orientation Video and Interest Form 

 

Step 1. Watch the CBK Orientation Video

Step 2. Fill out the Interest Form ( You can find the link below the video)

Step 3. Once you have completed Step 1 & Step 2, you will be contacted by a

           CBK staff member with the next step in the registration process.   

 

 

Thank you for your interest in Come Back Kids. Please watch the entire video and fill out the CBK Interest Form.

Once you have completed the interest form, one of our staff members will contact you. 

For any questions contact the main office at 209-238-8650. 

Click here For the CBK Interest Form.

              


      2022-2023 Calendar              Staff Directory                    CBK Site Locations

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Heat-Interim Guidance during Extreme Heat

Click here for California Department of Public Health interim health guidance and information. 

 


Dual Enrollment

What is Dual Enrollment?

Students can get started in college before they're even done with high school. Dual Enrollment (DE) students have the $46 per unit tuition fee waived. There may be other fees associated with the class, such as material fees, parking permits, books, or health fees.  Click the link below for more information on Dual Enrollment or contact your counselor.

https://www.mjc.edu/instruction/dualenrollment/index.php


Lifeline Hotlines

 

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Counseling Services

Parenting. Work. Homeschooling. Feeling isolated. Some days can feel really overwhelming right now as we try to adjust to juggling so many responsibilities.

If you find yourself in survival mode and you need help formulating a plan on how to manage everything, counseling is available for you.

Reach out to our CBK counselor, Drewe DeJesus, at 238-8661.

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Childcare Resources

The Stanislaus County Office of Education's Child and Family Services Division has a variety of childcare options that may meet your need. A family of 4 making less than $96,000 a year may qualify for the California Alternative Payment (CAPP). CAPP is a voucher-based program that provides reimbursement for childcare for children ages birth through 12 years old. The CAPP program is enrolling now, please see the flyers below for more information and FAQs for this program. For more information on this and other available childcare programs in the county please call 209-238-6400.  

 

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