Regardless of the reason they attend Ombudsman, students have high rates of growth and achievement.
Focused attention on pro-social skills, in addition to academics, offers students the emotional and behavioral supports they need to develop self-confidence and establish positive relationships with family, friends, co-workers and others. Depending on district needs, a licensed social worker may teach social skills and students may participate in individual or group counseling to address specific areas of attention.
Ombudsman students feel valued, respected, confident, independent and successful. They feel proud of what they accomplish and hopeful about the future. In fact, 83 percent of students surveyed said they believe Ombudsman prepares them for life after high school.Next / Accreditation & Affiliations