• The Escondido Union High School District’s Learning Centers provide high quality, individually designed opportunities for Independent Study (traditional or blended programs), acceleration and/or credit recovery. We are here to help guide you down your personal path toward academic, career and civic success.

    Considering independent study for your high school student? Strategically located on the campuses of Escondido, Orange Glen and San Pasqual High Schools, the EUHSD Learning Centers offer a wide variety of educational opportunities to meet the personal needs of high school students. Under the direction of specially trained staff, students enrolled through the Learning Centers receive the advantages of individualized study AND may choose to engage in traditional classes or campus programs within their desired areas of interest. This blended program opens the door for advanced learning in areas such as lab sciences and foreign languages, or the chance to serve on the school newspaper, explore careers from culinary arts to graphic design, or participate in a wide variety of athletic programs. Traditional independent study, acceleration or remedial supports are also available through the Learning Centers.

    Learning Centers provide an environment that is personalized and supportive. With computer assisted instruction as its foundation, students are given alternative methods for success through District adopted curriculum in a variety of core and elective subject areas, Students are able to adjust their pacing within curricular content to meet their individual learning needs with the oversight of qualified teachers.

    Independent Study is for those who are able to make adequate progress towards graduation, but who desire an alternative from the traditional high school program.

    Acceleration allows students to advance in their credits in order to fulfill their academic goals.

    Credit Recovery provides students an opportunity to make up course work through daily attendance and a personalized course of study.

    Please contact a school counselor, Learning Center Coordinator, or Barbara Gauthier, Director of Interventions (760.291.3262 or bgauthier@euhsd.org) for more information.

Last Modified on August 20, 2015