The Betty G. Gibbel Regional Learning Center Community School (onsite) program serves grades 6-12 in a traditional school environment. The Independent Study program serves elementary grade students through adults in an independent learning environment. Our Come Back Kids program serves youth who have dropped out of school up to the age of twenty-two in an independent learning environment.
The goal at the Betty G. Gibbel RLC is to provide a safe, secure, and positive learning environment to encourage students to complete their contract requirements allowing them to return to the public school system in a timely manner, and/or to provide the student with a pathway to success leading them to a diploma or GED.
All students are encouraged to pursue a post-secondary education whether it’s going to a community college or trade school depending on the students’ individual academic or career goals. To better assist our students, we have an established partnership with Mt. San Jacinto and Riverside Community Colleges to assist our students in creating a pathway to their futures.
- Community School for middle and high school students, including foster youth and students on probation
- Come Back Kids Charter
- GED® and HiSET® Testing
- Academic/Career Counseling
- Substance Abuse, Social/Emotional, and Anger Management Counseling
- Mental Health Services
- Foster Care Services
- Special Needs Program
- Career Technical Education (CTE)
- GED Preparation Classes offered evenings by Mt. San Jacinto College