School Based Teen Parent/Pregnant Teen Programs

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    Programs, usually available within the regular high school curriculum, that provide opportunities for pregnant teens and teenage students who are parents to complete their high school education and receive diplomas. Classes which focus on child development, infant care, mother/infant nutrition and childbirth preparation are available in addition to the basic graduation requirements and academic electives. Students who are enrolled in the program may also receive nutritionally balanced meals (breakfast and lunch), prenatal care, family planning and counseling services.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Alternative High School - Harold Ferguson High SchoolOffers an alternative for at risk students seeking a high school diploma. Ferguson High School is a 9th - 12th grade school. Students Must provide their own transportation. Also offers the Secondary Options for Achievement Resulting in Success (SOARS) program, an online learning platform for credit recovery. Students must be enrolled at a Thompson School District High School. The Online learning platform through Thompson Online is also available. School work is completed at home with phone and email support with a Thompson School District teacher. Students can get extra support from teachers at the Thompson On-line learning lab located at the Hilltop Campus. Regular diploma is obtained when required credits are completed. First Steps day care center available for teen parents. Students can attend any Thompson School District School and access the nursery.Larimer CountyHarold Ferguson High SchoolHarold Ferguson High School
    Passage Charter School - Montrose County School DistrictAlternative high school for pregnant and parenting teens. Curriculum follows the standards for the Montrose County School District. Staff are also available to assist students in finding resources and programs in the community to help them and their family be self-sufficient. Daycare is available for students. Students are required to apply for the Colorado Child Care Assistance Program as part of the enrollment process if they are needing daycare for their child. If a student does not qualify for the Child Care Assistance Program, they are required to pay out of pocket for daycare costs.Montrose County930 Colorado AvenueMontrose and Olathe School District RE-1J
    Student and Family Support Program - Florence Crittenton Services of ColoradoOffers a Denver Public Schools (DPS) high school for pregnant or parenting young women and a resource center; a team of Family Advocates provides wraparound services and case management to students. There is also an Early Childhood Education Center and an on-site clinic providing obstetric and pediatric care.Denver CountyFlorence Crittenton Services of ColoradoFlorence Crittenton Services of Colorado
    Teen Parent Program - Poudre School DistrictOffers curriculum related to prenatal development, labor and delivery, and positive parenting skills in addition to academic course work to meet graduation requirements. Transportation is available. Larimer CountyPoudre School DistrictPoudre School District
    The Greeley Dream Team, Inc.The Greeley Dream Team serves a diverse population of over 1,100 District 6 students through programs funded by federal, state and local grants. Many of the students served are first-generation college students who come from limited-income families. Assistance through our many partnerships allows us to provide a variety of group and one-on-one services that support student success in school.Weld CountyWeld County School District 6Weld County School District 6

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