• 9-12 Program

  • Our high school students and their parents will have an initial meeting with our Educational Services Coordinator to collaborate on a personalized learning plan. This plan seeks to establish goals and direction for the student as they begin to take ownership of their education.   A course map is laid out for earning the 24 credits required for graduation and beyond. 

    For students seeking additional academic opportunities, we offer a Dual Credit options in partnership with local community colleges (Lane Community College in Eugene, and Central Oregon Community College in Bend). Through this program, students take classes at the local community college and earn dual credit that applies toward both the completion of the high school diploma and toward the college transcript. We have a Dual Credit Coordinator that works with the students to complete entrance exams, enroll in classes, academic supports, campus or online orientation, etc. Whether they are participating in the Dual Credit program or focusing on home-based learning, students work closely with their families and the Learning Coordinator to design a personalized and flexible plan that meets the student's needs and goals.

    The student will also choose a meeting time to come to the campus and meet with a learning cohort of up to twelve students.  This three hour cohort meeting time will be the same each week, and will either be a morning (9am - 12pm) or afternoon (1-4 pm) cohort. During this cohort meeting, the main focus is to inspire a love for learning through peer interaction, group activities, science lab work, and career and college exploration. Specific academic support is offered for writing, science (biology and chemistry labs), and math (algebra and geometry).