Centers

An alternative high school program operating within the Charlotte County Public School system. It specializes in helping students map out a personalized plan to complete the requirements for a high school diploma. Students who are interviewed and selected will find a wide range of special options and programs.

Adult Learning Center

Port Charlotte Town Center Mall
1441 Tamiami Trail, Suite 365
Port Charlotte, FL 33948
Phone: (941) 255-7555

The Adult Learning Center (ALC) is designed to meet the needs of busy adult students in a variety of programs at several locations. The ALC is a program with Charlotte Technical Center and is operated under Charlotte County Public Schools. The programs are operated through state and federal grants and are intended to assist adults in earning a GED; preparing for college and career readiness; learning English as a second language; and in life skills planning.

Provides children and their families with opportunities to build a foundation for success, through quality, comprehensive, community, and school based early childhood programs, such as Early Head Start, Head Start/VPK and Pre-K ESE.

Charlotte Harbor School is a school within the Charlotte County Public School System that opened its doors in 1985. We assist students from PK - 12th grade. The school has three separate programs: West Campus, SANDS, and SAIL which delivers services to students with intellectual and or emotional/behavior needs. We offer the following therapies: Physical, Occupational, Speech/Language, Vision, as well as art and music, aquatics and a vocational program on and off campus. Charlotte Harbor is a PBS school (Positive Behavioral Support) that rewards our students for doing the right thing and making good choices. Please visit our web site for more information.

Serves over 2,000 high school and adult students annually. The Center is fully accredited by the Council on Occupational Education. With student success at the core of the Center's Mission Statement, the staff recognizes the varied needs, abilities, and talents of each individual while striving to meet the business, professional, and industrial employment requirements of the Charlotte County area.

Charlotte Virtual School

Offering full-time and part-time virtual courses taught by CCPS teachers.

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