Children are the focus of our families and, therefore, are the primary focus of our schools. Families are the building blocks of a community. By lifting families, we can build strong communities. YPICS looks at the needs of students through a parent’s eyes to make their hopes and dreams a reality. We provide a positive, just, equitable, diverse, and inclusive culture. Our schools are focused on supporting families to help their children succeed in life by ensuring access to high-quality, rigorous education and by providing a positive culture in a public school setting.
- Project-Based Learning: Students are engaged in interdisciplinary learning that is focused on student creation to make content more exciting and relevant to their own lives.
- Service Learning: Students are involved in helping to determine and meet real, defined community needs. It is reciprocal in nature, benefiting both the community and the student by combining a service experience with a learning experience.
- Enhanced Learning: Technology is integrated within the curriculum so that students learn computer skills while pursuing academic goals. Specifically, BCCHS offers a Career Technical Education Pathway in Media Arts.
- Parent and Community Involvement: Students and families are provided support through a community school model. YPICS embodies the belief that students thrive when they are part of a supportive community.
-Margo De Lay, Daughter of Bert Corona