Learn more about our schools by selecting a school name where it says "Select a School" at the top of this web page or by visiting our Student Programs and Services page.
BCOE also serves students through a variety of other programs, described below:
The Butte County Office of Education Special Education department provides educational services to individuals’ ages birth to 22 years with special needs. In addition to providing Designated Instructional Services (DIS) to local school districts, we operate Mesa Vista School, as well as individual classrooms on general education campuses throughout Butte County. Visit our Special Education website for more information.
The Child Development Programs & Services Children's Centers include 11 preschools serving over 400 children throughout Butte County. These Children's Centers provide early care and education for children in a fun, enriching, supportive, culturally-diverse setting. Our facilities are licensed and state-regulated centers and maintain high-standards for quality care and education. Visit our Child Development Direct Services webpage for more information.
On-going funding provided by California Department of Education supports the success of K-9 students in extended academic improvement, educational enrichment, and recreation and health learning opportunities that take place in safe school and community environments. Beyond school hours activities are linked to classroom learning, improving student attendance and behavior, and increasing parent and community involvement in and support of students and schools. Programs serve K-9 students and their families in 24 schools and sites countywide. Visit our After School Programs webpage for more information.
Children experiencing homelessness need a stable, supportive environment. Schools offer consistent educational experiences, teachers, and friends during this transitional time. All youth should have the opportunity for educational success, no matter what their housing or family situation may be. The School Ties program promotes this success through advocacy, mentoring, tutoring, and assistance with the transition to independent living. Visit our School Ties webpage for more information.
Migrant Education is a federally funded program designed to provide supplementary educational and support services to eligible migrant students.
Examples of programs and services offered include School Readiness, Instructional Programs, Parent Education, and Health services. Visit our Migrant Education webpage for more information.
The Career and Technical Education Center is a career technical education program of the Butte County Office of Education. In cooperation with local school districts and the business community, CTEC prepares people for work by providing youth and adults with marketable skills, work ethics and job training needed to build and keep a career. Visit our CTEC (formerly ROP) website for more information.