Court and Community Schools

R.I.S.E. Academy is a 9-12 campus consisting of one classroom and one office.  R.I.S.E. is a Trinity County Office of Education (TCOE) school and has a certificated teacher/principal, classroom aide and is overseen by the Deputy   Superintendent along with office support provided by TCOE staff.  Each classroom is equipped with supplies to support various teaching techniques and differentiated instruction.  Classrooms have a low pupil-to-teacher ratio which enables the students to receive more individual attention, thereby increasing their chances of academic, behavioral and social success.

Staff is dedicated to working with parents and students to help develop the academic and behavioral skills that will ensure a successful future for each child.  TCS uses a positively oriented behavioral program with a strong academic approach that helps students learn to achieve success and view themselves as important, worthy, and competent.  Trinity Community School is a dynamic, vibrant, and nurturing environment.  We value diversity and recognize that every student has a unique voice, developmental rate, and learning modalities.  

Our  mission is to be a one-of-a-kind comprehensive alternative school serving at-risk students who need a second chance to succeed.  Our vision is “Changing lives and renewing hope.”

We value any questions or comments you may have.  Please feel free to call or stop by and speak with us at any time!  We are here to listen and serve you.


Trinity County Juvenile Court School provides education for juveniles who are incarcerated in facilities run by county probation departments. Trinity County Juvenile Court School is operated by the Trinity County Board of Education.

Juveniles who are under the authority of the juvenile court system are required to attend school under California's compulsory education requirements. Juvenile court school students are provided a California standards-based curriculum and must take educational assessment tests required of all students in the state's public schools.  

Trinity County Juvenile Court School provides students a course of study that leads to a high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate.
Currently, Trinity County incarcerated juvenile’s are being served outside of our county. Should the need arise to reopen the Court School, we will be ready to provide a services.


Trinity County Office of Ed | 201 Memorial Drive | PO Box 1256 |  Phone (530) 623-2861 | FAX (530) 623-4489

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