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About Us

The Educational Options Center opened in 1994 and is comprised of multiple schools offering a variety of academic programs including:

  • Summit View Independent Study High School for grades 11th-12th

  • Riverside Virtual School, a blended online virtual school for grades 1st-12th

  • Raincross Continuation High School for grades 11th - 12th

  • Opportunity/COPE Program, for students on suspended expulsions

  • Comeback Kids, a county program for credit deficient students wishing to re-enroll in high school

  • State preschool/Head Start program
  • Educational Options Center

    Phone: 1-951-276-7670
    Fax: 1-951-276-7685

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    EOC Basketball Try-Outs

    Come to Try-out for EOC's 2020 Basketball team.

    Try-outs are October 9, 2019, at Gage Middle School at 3 pm.

    See Sharain in Room 902 to sign up and for more details.



    SafeHouse Shelter Adoption

    Operation SafeHouse provides services throughout Riverside County, CA with two 24-hour emergency shelters for youth ages 11-17, two transitional living programs for older homeless youth ages 18-22, and the only Anti-Human Trafficking Program providing shelter and long-term Case Management for youth victims of sexual and labor trafficking.

    All of our programs are provided in the City of Riverside and 70 miles east in Thousand Palms. The goals of our programs are to: Provide immediate counseling and intervention services for variable and multiple needs (inner conflict resolution, child abuse / neglect, substance abuse, etc.); Reunite the youth with their family (family preservation and reunification); Foster self-reliance and responsibility; and Create an intervention point for runaway and homeless youth before they become juvenile offenders.

    Donations are being accepted in the office (100) / Donations accepted are snacks, tooth brush, tooth paste, socks, lotion, comb, brush, books (11-17), travel size shampoos and conditioners.


    Food Service at EOC

    While meal delivery apps have become more and more prevalent, EOC cannot allow guests, including parents, or food delivery companies to bring food to campus to give to students. This process is disruptive to the working and learning environment and is also a school safety concern. If you have any questions, please contact the front office. Thank you, Administration