Full-Time Young Adult Program (FTYA)
This program is designed for high school drop-outs ages 16 through 24. The course of study leads to a high school diploma. Individualized student plans (ISPs) and counseling services are provided to each student. For more information, contact the FTYA counselor at (213) 765-2541. This program is located on the AFOC campus.
- Must be between 16 and 24 years old
In order to participate in the FTYA, students must:
- Attend classes 6 hours per day, 5 days per week
- Take an assessment at Abram Friedman Occupational Center (Assessment are offered at 8:30 am on Monday and Wednesday. Also, students can take the assessment on Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 pm in the Counseling Office).
Please plan to check-in no later than 15 minutes prior to testing time. Accommodations may be arranged by calling the AFOC Disability Support Services Office at (213)765-2598 prior to testing. (Schedule subject to change.)
Bring your official Transcripts!
- Complete registration packet, which is provided after your assessment
- After assessment, make an appointment to see Counselor, Eric S. Spilberg, at (213) 765-2541; You must bring a parent/guardian AND completed packet.
On the day of the appointment, you must bring
- Parent/guardian must attend appointment and have I.D.
- Pupil accounting record from previous school
- Copy of student transcripts
- Immunizations records, including proof of recent T-dap