Welcome to The Phoenix Center for Innovative Learning
The Phoenix Center for Innovative Learning, originally known as the Alternative Program Center, houses programs that are part of Stafford County Public Schools. The five academic programs that are located at The Phoenix Center are each unique in their criteria for enrollment and the population that they serve. The Phoenix Center classes are primarily teacher taught, with online classes being used when appropriate.
The five academic programs that are available at The Phoenix Center are listed below. Explore program details by clicking the link that matches your student's needs. Each program page has information on its unique approach, enrollment criteria, and application process.
- Turning Point Program: A voluntary high school diploma program for students referred by a Stafford County high school.
- GED: A preparation program for eligible students seeking high school equivalency. Must be 16 years or older with a valid government issued ID.
- Evening Program: A voluntary high school diploma program. This grant-funded program allows eligible Stafford County seniors to attend school outside regular hours when they have a documented need.
- Regional Program: A regional program for high school students who have been assigned to the program for disciplinary or behavior concerns.
- Middle School Program: A program for Stafford County students in 6th-8th grade who have been assigned to the program for disciplinary or behavior concerns.