Inland Empire Charter School SIATech at Inland Empire Job Corps SIATech San Bernardino Charter School is a tuition-free high school that gives students a chance to earn a standard high school diploma in San Bernardino. SIATech San Bernardino charter school is a fully-accredited charter school in San Bernardino, California. Take control of your future and commit to expanding your opportunities for success by graduating from high school. Join one of the best high schools in San Bernardino and meet people like yourself that enjoy learning, making themselves better, and having fun. Get your San Bernardino high school diploma from SIATech. Enroll today! Address: 3173 Kerry Street San Bernardino, CA 92407 Phone: (909) 887-6305, ext 1502 Office Hours: Open Close Monday 7:30am 5:30pm Tuesday 7:30am 5:30pm Wednesday 7:30am 5:30pm Thursday 7:30am 5:30pm Friday 7:30am 5:30pm Tuition-Free High School Diploma! College and Career Options: Enroll into a community or four year college Choose and plan a career path Learn a trade in a technical career Job placement and internships Make a life changing decision and enroll today, complete the student interest form. Need Assistance? Call: (909) 887-6305 or Email Us Open Enrollment for all of Inland Empire: We accept students coming from any area even if not listed. Riverside Ontario East Los Angeles Share with your friends use hashtag #freediploma: ― A free public charter high school from SIATech, Real Learning for Real Life™ Latest News/Events Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! (5/5/2016) - Please join me in thanking all SIATech, MYcroSchool and NEWCorp teachers for everything that they do to positively affect the lives of our students every day. We are so lucky to have the most talented, committed and passionate teachers in education – second to none! It is not by happenstance that our... Read MoreCalifornia Students, Parents, and Staff: We welcome your feedback on the LCAP Review (4/21/2016) - SIATech’s LCAP provides actions and metrics around three of the school’s primary goals. It is a living document that is in a process of continuous improvement. We would like to hear from students, staff, and parents on the LCAP. Attached are presentation slides that explain SIATech’s progress and accountability metrics based on these recent updates.... Read MoreSIATech Recommended for 5-Year Accreditation by AdvancED (4/13/2016) - SIATech received the final presentation by the AdvancED Review Team today. The organization was commended for meeting the rigorous requirements of this prestigious full-accreditation recognition and will recommended for accreditation to the AdvancEd Accreditation Commission. The accreditation applies to SIATech as an organization as well as all MYcroSchool and SIATech schools in its network. Leonard... Read More SIATech’s Gallup Student Poll Results Announced (3/4/2016) - The Gallup Student Poll measures hope, engagement, entrepreneurial aspiration, and career/financial literacy. SIATech administered the poll in Fall 2015 along with more than 800,000 other high school students nationwide. SIATech students frequently give higher responses than student responses in the nationwide sample. The poll reflects the many ways SIATech provides an excellent educational environment for... Read MoreImportant Information Regarding Confidential Student Data (3/1/2016) - A recent order in a lawsuit against the California Department of Education (CDE) is impacting all schools across the state, including SIATech. In April 2012, two organizations, the Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Association and the Concerned Parent Association, filed a lawsuit against the CDE alleging widespread, systemic non-compliance by local education agencies with special education... Read More All SIATech Inland Empire News Do you have a list of all the courses that are offered? Yes, you can learn more about SIATech’s courses here. Digital Course Catalog Overview: Inland Empire Charter Schools The SIATech San Bernardino Charter School high school program is located at the Inland Empire Job Corps Center. Originally constructed for use as Fremont Jr. High School in 1953, the San Bernardino Job Corps was established on this site in San Bernardino in 1978. The facility and grounds cover 17.5 acres and include: dormitories, a gymnasium, academic classrooms and vocational shops, administrative offices, a softball field and a swimming pool. Recent additions to the grounds include: a new safety and security building, renovated front entry with security gate, new admissions and placement offices, new dormitory, new greenhouse and carpentry shops, a culinary arts modular building, and a newly constructed health and wellness clinic. The average student at SIATech San Bernardino Charter School is 19 years old and comes to our program with less than 80 high school credits. There are a total of 320 students enrolled at the Job Corps Center and approximately 210 of these students are working to complete their diploma requirements in the SIATech high school program. All high school classrooms are equipped with attractive, professional furnishings that create a pleasant business environment for students and staff members. Accrediting Commission for Schools Western Association of Schools and Colleges WASC-Accreditation Letter Frequently Asked Questions If you still can't find the answer you are looking for, contact us and we will be glad to answer any questions. Call (909) 887-6305, ext 1502 How much does it cost to attend SIATech schools? All SIATech schools are public charter high schools so there are no enrollment or tuition fees. Are students able to start mid-year? Students can start at any time. We are continuously enrolling new students, and when students are ready to graduate, we can also graduate them throughout the year. Can students make up credits they are lacking and get back on-track to graduate on time? Yes, students are able to focus on courses to make up credits in order to get back on track to graduate. Students may also graduate early if they are able to meet all the requirements. Will the student earn a GED or High School diploma? All SIATech graduates earn a standard high school diploma. How do I get a copy of my official school transcript from SIATech? The best way to get a copy is through the Transcript Request Form. There is no charge for transcripts. If you have trouble using the form to request your transcript, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. How do I request a new copy of my diploma? We do not provide replacement diplomas. A diploma is not an official record, it is a ceremonial item used in the graduation ceremony. What I can get for you is an official copy of your transcripts. A transcript is a list of the classes you took and states your graduation date. It is the official record. Click here to request a transcript using the Transcript Request Form. In general how does this all work? The student completes the enrollment application and submits it to our office. An administrative representative will call the student for mandatory New Student Orientation. They attend orientation and begin classes as soon as possible. Based on student records that we receive, the student would be placed in courses that are needed to successfully complete their high school diploma. Any state testing that the student needs to complete will be done within the timeline given by California’s Department of Education. As the student completes courses, they are placed in the next course needed. The course program that we utilize is available online for the student to access while they are here in class and while they are home. While in school, they have certified teachers available to assist them with the courses they are enrolled in. As an added feature, the online program we use has a help button that the students can use to get help while they are working from home. (It’s a red HELP button that the student clicks on within the program. Once clicked, a teacher appears who can give them the assistance they need.) once the student has completed all required courses, passed all state tests and has obtained the required 2.0 GPA, they are eligible for a California high school diploma.