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From the moment you walk in the doors as a student at the EOC, you will feel welcome, safe, and respected. There is no room for judgement here - and we treat parents, guardians, and each other with that same respect.

Our highly skilled professional educators have just one goal in mind: going the extra mile to help you succeed. This may be why so many former students tell us that once they came to the EOC they finally found the right place to be. If you are a student who does not feel like the traditional school setting works for you, we have a lot to offer.

At the Clarkston EOC:

  • Students ages 14-21 receive a personalized, competency-based academic program tailored just for them
  • Class sizes are small
  • Individualized attendance options are available to provide flexibility for students who may be working or have other scheduling conflicts/lir>
  • A case management model is used to ensure student progress

Earn your high school diploma or explore other opportunities

If you feel like you’re falling behind, have dropped out of school, or know someone who is struggling, we encourage you to contact the EOC by stopping by in-person at 1284 Chestnut Street, calling us at 509-758-4508, or reaching out to us through social media: Facebook @eoc.clarkston or Instagram @eocalt.

Get the Help You Need

We have a whole person approach to education at the EOC. We care about our students as people and we know you may have difficulties in your life. Whether it’s advocating on your behalf; collaborating with other schools or community partners; or connecting you with services such as counseling, housing, food, transportation, or social and emotional support; we will go above and beyond to help you to overcome or manage the challenges you may be facing.

Prepare to Enter the Workforce

Your education connects to your work life opportunities. From career exploration and work readiness preparation to employment resources and apprenticeship opportunities, we will help you prepare to take that next step in life.

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Clarkston School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  The following employee(s) have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination:

     - Troy Whittle, Civil Rights and Title IX Coordinator, 1294 Chestnut St.,
       Clarkston, WA 99403 (509)758-2531, whittlet@csdk12.org
; or
     - Rebecca Lockhart, Section 504/ADA Coordinator, 1294 Chestnut St.,
       Clarkston, WA 99403, (509) 758-2531, lockhartr@csdk12.org

Anyone may file a complaint against the district alleging that the district has violated anti-discrimination laws.  This complaint procedure is designed to assure that the resolution of real or alleged violations are directed toward a just solution that is satisfactory to the complainant, the administration and the board of directors.  This grievance procedure will apply to the general conditions of the nondiscrimination policy (Policy 3210) and more particularly to policies dealing with guidance and counseling (Policy 2140), co-curricular program (Policy 2150), service animals in schools (Policy 2030) and curriculum development and instructional materials (Policy 2020). As used in this procedure:

“Grievance” means a complaint which has been filed by a complainant relating to alleged violations of any state or federal anti-discrimination laws.​  

“Complaint” means a written charge alleging specific acts, conditions or circumstances, which are in violation of the anti-discrimination laws. The time period for filing a complaint is one year from the date of the occurrence that is the subject matter of the complaint. However, a complaint filing deadline may not be imposed if the complainant was prevented from filing due to: 1) Specific misrepresentations by the district that it had resolved the problem forming the basis of the complaint; or 2) Withholding of information that the district was required to provide under WAC 392-190-065 or WAC 392-190-005. Complaints may be submitted by mail, fax, e-mail or hand-delivery to any district, school or to the district compliance officer responsible for investigating discrimination complaints. Any district employee who receives a complaint that meets these criteria will promptly notify the compliance officer.

“Respondent” means the person alleged to be responsible or who may be responsible for the violation alleged in the complaint.

For details regarding the grievance steps, please ask the building administrator or refer to our nondiscrimination policy located on the Clarkston School District webpage at www.csdk12.org.

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