The charter high school provides a bridge to college.
Teens looking for a close-knit, more personalized high school experience are invited to apply to New Urban High School, a magnet school open to high school students across the North Clackamas District. The school include Youth Take Action, a service-learning requirement, and a senior internship in the student's field of career interest. Click the headline above for details, or call 503-353-5925 to schedule a visit.
Today's tough economy has many families struggling to provide what students need. Help is available at Wichita Center, a hub for social services. Whether you need help, or wish to donate or volunteer, give us a call at 503-353-5663. The center is located at 6031 SE King Road in Milwaukie.
In recognition of their extraordinary efforts to meet the social, emotional, physical, academic, artistic, and extra-curricular needs of each student, Milwaukie High is the 2013 recipient of a national award from the ASCD, an international education organization.
Despite the funding cuts all schools face, North Clackamas offers a wide range of programs. Elementary music, PE, & counseling remain a priority in every school. Middle schools focus on strong core academics, balanced with elective choices.High school students have an array of choices, from the state's largest career-technical program to numerous AP, IB & college credit classes. HIgh schools offer a full slate of performing arts programs, with 8 of the nine band, orchestra & choir programs qualifying for last year's state competition.
An independent national study compares school districts across Oregon and across the nation for efficient cost management and effectiveness in student achievement. North Clackamas earned top ratings!
Two of the 15 Oregon schools recognized for outstanding work to close the achievement gap for disadvantaged students are high poverty schools in North Clackamas.
State Schools Superintendent Susan Castillo announced that Concord Elementary School in the North Clackamas District has been named a 2011 Title 1 Distinguished School, a national honor. The program honors schools across the country for their innovation in helping low-income students achieve at high levels.
Matt Utterback will present two alternate proposals at the School Board meeting on April 4. The public meeting begins at 7 p.m. on the south campus of Sabin-Schellenberg Center.
Here are some tips families can use with their kids as they think about the shootings at Clackamas Town Center and in Connecticut.
The goal of the Right Brain Initiative is to make learning relevant and memorable by involving students in art. Click here to watch a short video about this amazing program that benefits many NC12 elementary schools.
Lot Whitcomb Elementary has 82 percent of students living in poverty and 55 percent who are minorities. Last week they were one of seven Oregon schools recognized for their success in narrowing the achievement by raising test scores 23 to 32 percent for their most challenged students. Find out how.