MAINTAINING THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF ALL MEMBERS OF THE OCSA COMMUNITY REMAINS OUR TOP PRIORITY
Orange County School of the Arts (OCSA) is currently unable to open to in-person learning due to the emergency brakes action applied by the California Department of Health (CDPH) on November 16, 2020.
As the spring semester begins, all Hybrid/In-Person Learning Academy students and teachers will follow their newly assigned daily spring semester schedules (available for viewing in Aeries) in a fully virtual learning environment.
OCSA is prepared to open for hybrid/in-person instruction as soon as we are cleared by the state and local officials. We anticipate being able to give teachers and families a minimum of two weeks’ notice prior to opening for in-person instruction. Once guidelines permit that we are able to return to campus safely, Hybrid/In-Person Learning Academy students and teachers will transition to a hybrid/in-person format for the remainder of their spring semester classes.
OCSA will continue to follow guidance from the CDPH and Orange County Health Care Agency for the safe operation of in-person learning.
OCSA is committed to providing accurate and transparent information regarding COVID-19 cases on our campus, while also maintaining privacy and confidentiality for our students and staff. The graphic below is an example of how data regarding confirmed COVID-19 cases among OCSA students and staff on our campus (Hybrid/In-Person Learning Academy only) will be presented. This data will be updated regularly and as cases are confirmed.