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Juvenile Court and Community Schools

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​SDCOE's Juvenile Court and Community Schools (JCCS) provide a fully accredited educational program for school-age youth who are either wards of the court or have been referred by social services, probation, or one of the 42 school districts in San Diego County. Services are provided to students who are incarcerated, pregnant or parenting, in foster care, expelled, chronically truant, in drug treatment centers and group homes for neglected or abused children, and experiencing homelessness.

JCCS serves 2,150 students per year at more than 20 sites across the county of San Diego.

Click here for the 2021-22 Annual Reporting Notices (English) (Spanish)

As members of the Juvenile Court and Community Schools (JCCS), we are committed to high expectations, social justice, and equity for all students. We value diversity and strive to eradicate institutionalized racism and discrimination in all forms. Our priority is to raise the achievement of all students through the elimination of the racialized opportunity gap that negatively impacts our students of color. We accomplish this through the delivery of culturally and linguistically responsive standards-driven instruction, courageous and advocacy-oriented leadership, and relevant professional learning. All JCCS community members stand personally committed and professionally accountable for the achievement of this mission.

The JCCS Assessment Measurement and Accountability department coordinates testing and analyzes data to support high student achievement.

JCCS has a Title I Parent Involvement policy that guides our work to engage parents and families as partners in their student's learning.

Sex Equity in Education Act Reporting

Click each school name below to access their report.

Monarch School

San Pasqual Academy