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At EOC Charter High School we welcome students to a safe, caring and supportive environment; we provide a relevant, high-quality education and prepare our diverse at-risk student body for future endeavors.


Teachers will use effective instructional formats and be evaluated continuously throughout the teaching experience. Teachers will develop strong relationships with students by providing a high support environment.

Who We Serve

The high school primarily serves Yuma County students that are between the ages of 16 and 21 seeking to recuperate high school credit at a quicker pace.

Public Notice for the EOC CHS Board Member Mini-Orientation Camp

Public Comment Requested-Body Worn Camera Policy (Post Date: March 19, 2024)

The Educational Opportunity Center Charter High School requests feedback from the public on the Draft of the Body Worn Camera Policy.
The Educational Opportunity Center Charter High School is wishing to implement a Body Worn Camera Policy starting on the first day of school in the 2024-2025 school year.

The purposes of the Body Worn Camera are as follows:

  1. Effective Evaluation of Teachers.
  2. Promoting Safe Environment through:
  • Protecting School and Staff from Liability
  • Supporting Due Process Elements of Discipline
  • Protecting the Privacy Rights of Students and Community
Comments from the public help the school design a policy that meets the needs of our community.
If you would like to make a comment regarding the Body Worn Camera Policy, please email Brian Grossenburg at or call 928-329-0990 ext 4111.
The last date and time to submit comments is 5:00 pm on July 3, 2024.
Please see the following links for a presentation that was made to the school board on March 18, 2024 and the link of the full policy below for more detailed information.

Body Worn Camera Policy and Procedure

Presentation: Overview of the Body Worn Camera Policy

Three Year Plan and Comprehensive Needs Assessment

Three Year Plan and Comprehensive Needs Assessment.

Arizona's Parental Rights Handbook

During the 2020 Arizona Legislative Session, the Legislature passed Senate Bill 1061 which went into effect on August 25, 2020. The new statute requires the Arizona Department of Education to establish and post a statutory handbook of parental rights.

Additionally, per statute, each school district and charter school is required to post a link to this parental rights handbook on its website.

You can find the 2023 Parental Rights Handbook by visiting the link below.

Parental Rights Handbook

Arizona Youth Survey

During the spring semester our school will be participating in the Arizona Youth Survey, a statewide prevention needs assessment of middle and high school students conducted by the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission on behalf of the State.

The survey results will be used to inform existing and future substance use and delinquency prevention programs in our community. Questions in the survey will cover youth substance use, problematic behaviors, and the risk and protective factors related to those behaviors.

The survey questions and related survey materials may be viewed
Clicking this link.

A paper version of the survey is also available at the Principal's office.

Teacher Salary

For Student Records, Public Records and Information

If you desire records or information, please contact:

Amber Cygan
Assistant to the Administrator
Educational Opportunity Center
Charter High School
3010 W 16th Street
Yuma, AZ 85364
Phone: 928-329-0990 x 4001