Sisters High School has been designated a "School of Excellence" by the state of Oregon, awarded an "Accredited with Merit" certification by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges, and earned an international accreditation designation. Check out the state report card for Sisters High School here. (PDF)
Sisters High School offers six career academies. Students are required to take elective credits in a career academy of their choice. The goal is to make education more meaningful and thoughtful for students. A variety of programs suited to the unique interests of the student body account for part of Sisters High School's success. There are many unique, grant-funded programs offered throughout the Sisters Schools which help to make this an extra special place.
The High School's college preparatory math programs integrate math concepts from everyday life into classroom lessons. Course offerings of algebra, geometry, trigonometry, probability, and statistics build toward college-credit level calculus.
The science program incorporates laboratory work, chemistry, physics, biology, astronomy, and wilderness ecology. The Sisters Science Club, a group made up of retired professors, doctors, and more have developed a co-curricular learning model that supports all sciences taught within the Sisters School District. The Sisters Science Club also hosts the annual Science Fair every year in February.
Other co-curricular learning opportunities for students interested in math and sciences include:
Business, multi-media, and other training classes prepare students for the world beyond the classroom:
Unique Programming & the Arts
Sisters Schools are well-supported through unique and innovative programming that help make the school experience memorable for all students. Unique, grant-funded, learning programs include: