San Diego ICO offers wilderness experiences to inner-city youth who might otherwise be unable
to get out of the city. ICO volunteers work year-round to develop partnerships with selected
agencies that serve youth in the San Diego area, including elementary, middle, and high schools,
as well as, community centers and various youth programs. The youth range in age from 8 to 24,
and come from diverse ethnic backgrounds.
If your school or community group would like to be involved with Inner City Outings, please contact
Ed Barber. We currently work with the following agencies:
AFCS is a K-8 school located in City Heights, San Diego, CA.
Our mission is to foster in all students the principles of quality, compassion, and effort embodied in the American Dream. Work hard, learn everything you can, always do your best, help others, and success will follow to realize the American Dream.
Our vision is to accelerate students' academic achievement and cultivate a sense of helping others by providing an education based on the best teaching and learning theories. We will provide every student with research-based teaching strategies to develop their academic potential.
City Heights CDC works to enhance the quality of life in City Heights by working with our community to create and sustain quality affordable housing & livable neighborhoods & foster economic self-sufficiency.
Harriet Tubman Village Charter School is a K-8 charter school in San Diego.
McPhatter acts as a placement site for students who are on a long-term suspension/expulsion or zero tolerance. The goal of this site is to build student self-esteem, increase course completetions, and return students to a traditional school district. The average stay for a student is 6 months or longer. Students are referred by Probation, Department of Social Services, or the Juvenile Court. The students live at home and attend school during the day.
Otay Elementary School is a K-6 public school in the Chula Vista Elementary School District.
UPAC is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit health and human services organization providing a variety of programs, services, and resources to over 35,000 very low and low to moderate income, Asian, Pacific Islander, Latino, Middle Eastern, East African, African American and other diverse ethnic populations of San Diego County.