Migrant Education


    The purpose of the Migrant Education Program is to:

    Ensure that migrant students have the opportunity to meet the same challenging state content and performance standards that all students are expected the meet. 

    Support high-quality and comprehensive educational programs for migratory students to help reduce the educational disruptions and other problems that result from repeated moves.

    Ensure that migrant students are provided with appropriate educational services (including supportive services) that address their special needs in a coordinated and efficient manner.

    Design programs to help migrant students overcome educational disruption, cultural and language barriers, social isolation, various health-related problems, and other factors that inhibit the ability of children to do well in school. The program should help prepare students to make a successful transition to post-secondary education or employment.


    • Supplemental counseling: monitoring of grades, credit evaluations and referrals to remediation programs
    • Individual learning plans to inform parents of their child's needs and recommendations for academic and support services
    • Writing & English Language Development (Rosetta Stone Advantage) Academies
    • Cyber High for credit accrual and recovery
    • Educational trips and universtiy visits
    • Career/vocational and college awareness
    • College Readiness, (eg. fianancial aid and scholoarship applications)
    • Speech and Debate Academy and Tournament
    • School materials and supplies


    • Annual health needs assessments for each migrant student
    • Fall and spring health screening: dental, vision and body mass index (BMI) with follow-ups as needed
    • Referrals to appropriate low or no cost health, social and community resources
    • Emergency dental and vision care
    • "Christina's Smile" Charity Clinic in February
    • Medical insurance information and enrollment assistance


    • Eligibility is established through an interview process conducted by a certified Migrant Education recruiter.
    • Migrant students must be between age 3 to 21.
    • Family must have moved to seek employment in agricuture, floristry, commercial fishing within the last three years.
    • A young adult can qualify on his or her own if he or she works and moves due to seeking agricultural, floristry or fishing employment.
    • Type of work must be seasonal or temporary.

    For Migrant Program eligibility questions and referrals, please contact our school's Migrant Community Liaison: Teresa Ortiz: 796-7800 ext. 2349

  • Contacts

    • 1155 E. Alisal Street
      Salinas, CA  93905
      (831)796-7867 (Office)
      (831)796-7889 (Fax)