Arizona Charter Schools
Parents and students often choose Ombudsman Charter Schools for their technology-rich blended learning programs, personalized instruction from caring teachers, small class sizes and flexible scheduling. Ombudsman Charter Schools also help students who need to earn additional credits, who are at risk of dropping out or who have dropped out of school and want to return and earn their diploma.
Students can enroll in an Ombudsman Charter School at any time during the year and earn their high school diploma in a personalized, alternative learning environment.
The Ombudsman Charter Schools are aligned to state standards, ensuring that students learn and master the necessary skills and content knowledge they need to graduate. Students enrolled in Ombudsman Charter Schools are typically eligible to participate in their district school’s athletic and other extracurricular activities.
For general information about Arizona charter schools, please visit the “Charter Information” page of the Arizona Department of Education website.
How to Apply
Each charter school is funded by the state of Arizona, and students attend free of charge. To apply for enrollment in an Ombudsman Charter School, please complete a Charter Application Form (Cómo Matricularse: Español). For assistance with Charter applications, Phoenix-area residents, please call (602) 317-0837. Tucson-area residents, please call (520) 477-0210.