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School Accountability Report Cards

Division of Unaccompanied Children's Services (DUCS)

The DUCS program consists of students who are detained because of their status as unaccompanied minors. The average stay in the program is 45 days. Students range from grades 9-12 and ages 15-18. The majority of students receive English language services and have access to standards-based texts in all four core areas. The facility is run by the Baptist Children Family Services.




Solano County Community School

The Golden Hills Community School provides a well-rounded curriculum for expelled and probation students residing in the Fairfield-Suisun School District boundaries. Its main goal is to assist students with getting back on track with their academics and discipline. The school is dedicated to helping students return to a comprehensive school in the district where they can finish their education.




Solano County Juvenile Detention Facility

The SCOE Alternative Education Program consists of two court school sites: Solano County Juvenile Detention Facility and New Foundations Residential Treatment Facility. Middle and high school students are expected to work toward the completion of course work that meets their district's requirements for high school graduation.




Solano County Special Education

The Solano County Office of Education operates special education programs as a member of the five district Solano County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA). The Solano County Office of Education, Special Education Program serves students with intensive educational needs who have been referred by their local school districts. The districts served include: Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield-Suisun, Travis, and Vacaville.