What is the Be Right Back Program?
The Off Campus Learning Centers (OCLC) is also known as the Be Right Back Program (BRB), which is a Broward County Public School. The Be Right Back program allows students the opportunity to earn a high school diploma for FREE. Just like traditional schools in Broward County, OCLC students complete a registration process, including a review of the Student Code of Conduct and Graduation Requirements.
Is this a credit Recovery Program?
Yes, students who participate at The Off Campus Learning Centers are able to make up credits (known as credit recovery). In addition to students being able to get back on track to graduate on time, students can also improve their grade point average while working at their own pace. Students are also afforded an opportunity to work at home with our 24/7 Visit Site for e-learning access. Students have the option of returning to their home school or completing their graduation requirements at the Off Campus Learning Centers to receive a Broward County Public School High School Diploma. Click on this link for the Broward County School Board’s Graduation Requirements for 2014-2017: Graduation Requirements.
Why do I need a credit Recovery Program?
There are many reasons why students get behind in their high school journey. The Off Campus Learning Centers offers a way for high school students to get back on track for graduation by making up failed or missed credits/classes at one of our sites.
Can students co-enroll and/or participate in Career Dual Enrollment?
The Off Campus Learning Centers allow students to attend night school at various Community School locations and/or take classes on Broward Virtual School. Students are encouraged to take advantage of tuition FREE career-training programs offered at one of the Broward Technical Colleges (Sheridan, McFatter, and Atlantic). For more information on how to enroll click on this link: BrowardTechCenters.
Please speak with your OCLC Teacher to obtain a CO-ENROLLED PROGRAM ADMISSIONS FORM from your School Counselor.
How is the learning environment?
Students attend one of our ten locations where certified teachers facilitate learning. Students can work at their own pace and have access to work additional hours from home.
There are three sessions that students can attend:
Morning Session: M-F 7:00 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Afternoon Session: M-F 12:00 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Evening Session: M-Th 4:00 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
How can I obtain more information?
For more information, please contact our Certified School Counselors, at 754-321-7107 Ms.Patrice Fletcher and 754-321-7106 Mr. Anthony Jackson
In accordance with Florida Statute 1012.34, parents have the right to provide input into the performance evaluations of Henry D. Perry Education Center instructional and/or administrative employee evaluations. Please contact Assistant Principal Ms. Lynnette Drayton at (754) 321-7050 by April 12, 2019.
The 2018 Summer Graduation Ceremony will take place on: Thursday, August 2, 2018 at 7:00 p.m., at Pompano Beach High School Auditorium 600 NE 13th Avenue, Pompano Beach, FL 33060