Tag: Phoenix

The Courage to Reach Out: In One Graduate’s Words (Phoenix, Ariz.)

Since opening in 1996, more than 3,000 young men and women have earned their high school diplomas at Ombudsman Arizona Alternative Charter Schools. The Class of 2018 saw 306 students earn their diplomas – our largest graduating class ever! For ...

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How Ombudsman Changed Theresa’s Future (Glendale, Ariz.)

Since opening in 1996, more than 3,000 young men and women have earned their high school diplomas at Ombudsman Arizona Alternative Charter Schools. The Class of 2018 saw 306 students earn their diplomas – our largest graduating class ever! For ...

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Overcoming Adversity: 2018 Graduate Semaj Pitts (Phoenix, Ariz.)

Since opening in 1996, more than 3,000 young men and women have earned their high school diplomas at Ombudsman Arizona Alternative Charter Schools. The Class of 2018 saw 306 students earn their diplomas – our largest graduating class ever! For ...

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A Promise Kept – A Brighter Future Ahead (Phoenix, Ariz.)

Since opening in 1996, more than 3,000 young men and women have earned their high school diplomas at Ombudsman Arizona Alternative Charter Schools. The Class of 2018 saw 306 students earn their diplomas – our largest graduating class ever! For ...

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Far from Home and Family. Determined to Succeed. (Tempe, Ariz.)

Since opening in 1996, more than 3,000 young men and women have earned their high school diplomas at Ombudsman Arizona Alternative Charter Schools. The Class of 2018 saw 306 students earn their diplomas – our largest graduating class ever! For ...

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Ombudsman Arizona Charter Second Quarter Innovative Educators Announced

As part of Ombudsman Arizona Charter Schools’ Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow initiative, each quarter we recognize educators who take learning to the next level by engaging their students in 21st century hands-on or collaborative manner. These educators strive to make learning the most meaningful by ...

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How Phoenix stopped being worst in the country for teens

Felix Moran strolled through his old west Phoenix neighborhood on a recent sweltering Saturday, stopping again and again to visit with people who wanted to talk. His quick smile and outgoing personality were a magnet. Moran’s charisma wasn’t always such ...

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OP-ED: Playing Our Part in Preventing Bullying and Suicide (Phoenix)

OP-ED: Playing Our Part in Preventing Bullying and Suicide By Shannon Weller  Last year in Arizona, sixty-three teenagers between the ages of 13-19 took their own lives, along with over 2,200 teens in the same age group nationwide. According to ...

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Ombudsman Arizona Partners with C-Tech (Phoenix)

Ombudsman Arizona ~ According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Phoenix is the top-paying metropolitan area in the nation for home electronics entertainment equipment installation and repair occupations. Students enrolled in Ombudsman Arizona Charter Schools will now have the opportunity ...

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Life Lessons From A Teen Mom – You Are Worth It! (Phoenix)

I was 13 years old and in seventh grade when I found out I was pregnant. I was terrified and asking myself, “How could this happen?” Certainly, I knew what I was doing, but I never expected to get pregnant ...

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