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*** University Acceptances, class of 2017! Congratulations Shaynna M., Emilie C. and Brady S. - William Jessup University, Cameron N. - CAL Poly, Shayna M. - Azusa Pacific University, Hadeja Rush - CAL Maritime, Jackie C. - USD, Celta V. - Thomas Aquinas College, Bailee L. - Sonoma State, Faith F. - Simpson University - Seniors - Keep us posted as you hear from your colleges! *** Spring 2017 enrollment still open at select resource centers. All 2016-17 enrollment closes on March 10th, 2017. If you are interested in enrolling for the 2017-18 school year, our Enrollment Interest link will be live on March 13th, 2017!


Welcome to HPCS Elk Grove! 
We are located at:
8065 Elk Grove-Florin Rd, Suite 160
Sacramento, CA 95829
Tel: 916-405-6600, Fax: 916-405-6650
Principal: Julie Fritzsche
Site Assistant: Sandy Correia
Site Assistant: Angela Ramos
Hours of Operation:
Mondays/Wednesdays 8:00 am- 4:00 pm
Tuesdays/Thursdays 7:30 am- 4:30 pm
Fridays 10:00 am- 3:00 pm
We offer a variety of programs for students in TK-12th grade and we would love to talk to you about your student's educational options.
Join us at our upcoming "ENROLLMENT INTEREST" meetings:                               8065 Elk Grove-Florin Rd. Suite 160, Sacramento, Ca.  95829
                                       Wednesday         March 22         6pm to 7pm
                                        Wednesday         April 5             6pm to 7pm 
                                        Wednesday         April 19           6pm to 7pm
                                        Wednesday         May 10            6pm to 7pm
                                        Wednesday         May 19            6pm to 7pm
Educational Options:
Homeschool: The parent meets bi-monthly with an advisory teacher for support and to report student learning. The parent does all curriculum selection, assigning and grading of work.  Students can use their allotted school funding for curriculum, supplies, off site vendor classes, field trips and a class or two on site if desired.
Independent Study: Students meet weekly with an advisory teacher and complete most of their work independently with the advisory teacher assigning and grading all work. Students may attend a class or two if needed.
Our Programs:
S.O.A.R.: Successful Options for Academic Recovery is a program for 9th-12th grade students who need academic recovery credits.
TRIO- This is a Monday/Wednesday program for students in grades K-8 with the parent acting as co-teacher with the advisory teacher. Students commit all funding to the resource center for their classes and supplies. Some field trips are included at no cost.
CoRe: College Readiness is a program for 9th-12th graders who are preparing for college. Students attend Tuesday/Thursday courses. Students commit all funding to the resource center for their classes and supplies. Some field trips are included at no cost.