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Community-Based Support Programs

At ECHS, we are fortunate to have developed partnerships with the following community-based organizations to offer our students out-of-classroom experiences to enhance their capacity in college and career readiness, in addition to community service. All of these organizations either provide opportunities, workshops, programs or direct assistance to our students in the areas outlined above at no cost to the student or family. To learn more about these programs, please visit their respective websites.

5 Saturdays Program

The 5 Saturdays Program is designed to open a door to a career in IT & Business through collaborative and project-based learning. Students are taken through a 5 Saturday Summer Program in which they will build their these necessary career skills and have the ability to network with local professionals in IT & Business. To learn more about 5 Saturdays, you can access their website by clicking here.

Kiwanis International Club of Costa Mesa

The Kiwanis International Club of Costa Mesa has been a supporter of ECHS since 2016 as a partner in our Community Service Club. They provide our students with ample opportunities to serve in our community. To learn more about the Kiwanis International Club of Costa Mesa, you can access their website by clicking here.

Rotary Club of Newport-Balboa

The Rotary Club of Newport-Balboa has been a supporter of ECHS since 2016 as a partner in our Community Service Club. They provide our students with ample opportunities to serve in our community. To learn more about the Rotary Club of Newport-Balboa, you can access their website by clicking here.

SOY (Save Our Youth)

The SOY Center empowers the youth of Newport Mesa to make positive decisions in life through a variety of programs including academic, dance, art & music, health & fitness, and student empowerment. To learn more about SOY, you can access their website by clicking here.

YES (Youth Employment Services)

YES’ mission is to teach youth and young adults the job and life skills needed to secure and maintain meaningful employment, and to offer programs that help young people improve their employability, career choices, and quality of life. To learn more about YES, you can access their website by clicking here.