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
    Cal-Safe, Carlsbad Unified School DistrictOffers a flexible high school education program designed to increase the availability of support services for pregnant and parenting teens. Childcare and development center is available for children of teen parents, and pregnant parenting teens attend classes to increase their knowledge as parents. The Cal-Safe (California School Age Families Education) program also offers referrals to community services.North CoastalCal-SafeCarlsbad Unified School District
    Cal-Safe, Grossmont Union High SchoolOffers a flexible high school education program designed to increase the availability of support services for pregnant and parenting teens. Childcare is available for children of teen parents. Pregnant and parenting teens attend classes to increase their knowledge as parents. The Cal-Safe (California School Age Families Education) program also offers referrals to community services.EastCal-SafeGrossmont Union High School District
    Cal-SAFE, San Diego Unified School DistrictOffers a flexible high school education program designed to increase the availability of support services for pregnant and parenting teens. Childcare and development centers are available for children of teen parents, and pregnant and parenting teens attend classes to increase their knowledge as parents. The Cal-SAFE (California School Age Families Education) program also offers referrals to community services.CentralCal-SAFESan Diego Unified School District
    Cal Safe - Teen Parent Program, Vista Unified School DistrictOffers a flexible high school education program designed to increase the availability of support services for pregnant and parenting teens. Childcare and development centers are available for children of teen parents, and pregnant and parenting teens attend classes to increase their knowledge as parents. The Cal-Safe (California School Age Families Education) program also offers prenatal education, nutrition education, and referrals to community services.North CoastalTeen Parent ProgramVista Unified School District
    Foot Hills High School Teen Parent Program, Cal-Safe, San Marcos Unified School DistrictOffers a flexible accredited academic high school curriculum designed to increase the availability of support services for pregnant and parenting teens. Childcare and development centers are available for children of teen parents, and pregnant and parenting teens attend classes to increase their knowledge as parents. The program also offers referrals to community services.North InlandCal-SafeSan Marcos Unified School District
    Teen Parent, Alternative Education Office, Sweetwater Union High School DistrictOffers an individualized program to allow pregnant adolescents to continue schooling. Basic educational and vocational courses are offered as well as classes pertaining to pregnancy, labor, delivery, nutrition, child care, Lamaze, and child birth education. Also provides counseling, and information and referral to students.SouthTeen Parent, Alternative Education Office, Sweetwater Union High School DistrictSweetwater Union High School District
    Teen Parent, Sweetwater Union High School District, Chula Vista Adult SchoolOffers an individualized program to allow pregnant adolescents to continue schooling. Basic educational and vocational courses are offered as well as classes pertaining to pregnancy, labor, delivery, nutrition, child care, Lamaze, and child birth education. Also provides counseling, and information and referral to students.SouthTeen Parent, Alternative Education Office, Sweetwater Union High School DistrictSweetwater Union High School District

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