Ombudsman Arizona Charter Schools provide an alternative path to learning that speaks to the needs of non-traditional students including students coping with adult responsibilities, students who have lost their way and left high school too soon, students with a history of poor academic performance, students who would benefit from a quieter learning environment affording one-to-one and small group settings, and students with a history of run-ins with the law. Working together, Ombudsman students and teachers focus on building trust and the positive relationships that are vital for promoting high levels of academic, social, and behavioral growth.
Ombudsman Arizona Charter Schools first opened in 1996, with its first location in Phoenix. Today, Ombudsman Arizona Charter is proud to operate 7 Ombudsman Charter Schools in both Phoenix and Tucson metro areas. Lifted up by caring teachers, counselors, social workers and others, the Arizona Ombudsman Charter Schools have helped thousands of students graduate from high school.