La Pine High School
La Pine High School offers a rigorous, comprehensive, high school curriculum with a variety of opportunities for students to learn and grow. With a range of academic offerings including Advanced Placement, College Credit classes and Career Technical courses, students can plan an educational program that fits their future goals. We value the experience our students gain in and outside the classroom with involvement in co-curricular activities through athletics, clubs, and other opportunities as well as our AVID and ASPIRE programs and our partnership with Oregon GEAR UP.
La Pine High School offers the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) program. AVID’s mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society.
Advanced Placement (AP) programs are known for rigorous college-level curricula and advanced college credit. AP courses help students acquire the skills and habits needed to be successful in college. AP courses improve writing skills, sharpen problem-solving abilities, and develop time management skills, discipline, and study habits.
Once called vocational education, Career Technical Education (CTE) is evolving. It incorporates technology, workforce context and relevance into the secondary setting. The district is also committed to offering opportunities for students to explore pathways for college and career, with the purpose of being exposed to as many options as possible.
When Bend-La Pine Schools students graduate, they should come equipped to do the following:
Student/athletes must be enrolled in, and passing, four full classes to be eligible for sports. This includes the trimester that you are participating in a sport, and also the trimester prior to your sports season. Students must also have a 2.0 GPA and be on track to graduate.
Students will be able to request changes in their schedule two weeks prior to the start of each new term using the online request process. No drop in schedule requests will be allowed. No schedule requests will be made for the first three days of each new term.
Want to take an online class? Email Mrs. McDaniel (Freshmen and Junior Counselor) or Ms. Jaeckel (Sophomore and Senior counselor) what you wish to take. The online course catalog for Fuel Education can be accessed here. High School courses start on page 20. There are new Career Readiness Pathway courses available to students here.
There is sometimes limited space in the online classroom. Preference is given to seniors, then juniors. If room is available, sophomores will be considered. Students can always take classes on their own time.
Applied, Performing, and Visual Arts
Kendra Stenzel (541-355-8482)
Bend-LaPine Online, La Pine High School/South County
Wiliam Miller (541-355-8480)