Notice: COVID-19 Response
In accordance with orders from the Illinois state governor and the CDC in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, all Ombudsman Chicago school locations will remain CLOSED for the rest of the school year.
Our staff are here to support you, and help you finish out the school year strong! Please be sure to follow @Ombudsman Educational Services on Facebook and @OmbudsmanEd on Twitter, for additional updates.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS & DATES: All Chicago Schools are closed until April 30, 2020. Parent-Teacher conferences are April 23; School Improvement Day is June 19.
Why Choose Ombudsman Chicago Alternative Schools?
Ombudsman Chicago offers four alternative school locations to serve students in morning, afternoon and evening sessions, where students receive academic, career/college and social/emotional supports. Through partnerships with community organizations, students at Ombudsman Chicago have access to tutoring, job readiness training, job placement, mentoring, extra-curricular activities, counseling and mental health services. This comprehensive approach ensures our students have what they need to be successful now and in the future.
Ombudsman Chicago is participating in a pilot program with Chicago Public Schools and City Colleges of Chicago to offer students career certification training programs to prepare students for careers that pay more than minimum wage after graduation. Partnerships with St. Augustine College, City Colleges of Chicago and other local colleges and universities allow students to earn college credit while they’re in high school. One-hundred percent of Ombudsman graduates are accepted to St. Augustine College and have the opportunity to earn scholarships.
Reaching Your Goals with Ombudsman Chicago
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