ACCEPT

  • The Alachua County Teenage Parent Program (TAP) is a voluntary program provided by the  Alachua County  Public School District.  The program is designed to meet the needs of pregnant and parenting students.

    The Program works to facilitate the well-being and self-sufficiency of teen parents by providing and coordinating ancillary services to ensure that teen parenets remain in school, earn a high school diploma, and become produtive citizens and caregivers for their children.

    The program includs the following ancillary services.

    • Child Care
    • Coordinated Health Care and Social Services
    • Parenting Education
    • Transportation for Parent and Child
     
    Students may remain at their home school and receive the benefits of their education at that school, or enroll in Alachua County E-school.  In addition to continuing their regular academic studeis, pregnant or parenting students must complete a required parenting course with a grade of C or better.
     
    Students, along with their parents or guardians, are dvised to talk with the school guidance counselor at the school they are zoned, to discuss the eucational options available to them.

Program Options and Locations

    1. Enroll at a Teen Parent Program Site with childcare and ancillary on-site that include transportation, childcare, parenting class, social services and health care:  Program Site- Loften High School
    2. Remain at Home School

    Students may remain at their home school and receive the benefits from education at that school. In addition to continuing their regular academic studies, pregnant or parenting students who are enrolled and complete the required parenting course with a grade of “C” or better receive ancillary services, including voucher childcare services, coordinated health services and social services.

     

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Admission Process