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La Pine High School


CTE Courses

Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses are available to all students. Bend-La Pine Schools does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other status protected by law. Additionally, the District will take steps to ensure language will not be a barrier to admission and participation in CTE programs. To view the CTE programs available click on the course curriculum guide below. View our non-discrimination policy and complaint procedure. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the district’s non-discrimination policy: Title II Coordinator: Executive Director of Student Services, 520 NW Wall Street, Bend OR (541-355-1060 or [email protected]) Title VI Coordinator: Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, 520 NW Wall Street, Bend OR (541-355-1060 or [email protected]) Title IX Coordinator: Human Resources Director, 520 NW Wall Street, Bend OR (541-355-1100 or [email protected]) 504 Coordinator: Assistant Director of Special Education, 520 NW Wall Street, Bend OR (541-355-1060 or [email protected]).

La Pine High School offers a variety of Career Technical Education (CTE) courses that can be found in our Curriculum Guide here.

High School Instruction

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 ASPIRE programs.

Advanced Placement

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.

College Board AP website


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 careers, with the purpose of being exposed to as many options as possible.

Individually Focused. Committed to All.

When Bend-La Pine Schools students graduate, they should come equipped to do the following:

  • Persevere when faced with challenges
  • Value and exercise creativity
  • Discover how critical thinking skills are used across disciplines
  • Become a functioning member of a team
  • Exercise effective communication and presentation skills
  • Understand the importance of taking initiative
  • Learn about various aspects of leadership and develop those skills
  • Adapt and problem solve
  • Manage time and create a plan for accomplishing a task or goal
  • Know how to find reliable, accurate information

Athletic Eligibility

Student-athletes must have passed 5 classes in the previous semester to be eligible for sports. Athletes must be enrolled in at least five classes to be eligible for sports in the semester they are participating in. Students must also be on track to graduate which means 4.5 credits must be completed prior to the start of the Sophomore year, 11 credits must be completed prior to the start of the Junior year, and 18.5 completed prior to the start of the Senior year.

LPHS Academic Departments

Applied, Performing, and Visual Arts
Mr. Chavarin 541-355-8560, Mr. Parker 541-355-8435, Ms. Spring 541-355-8466

Mr. Broome 541-355-8546

Mr. Salvitelli 541-355-8536, Mrs. Montgomery 541-355-8504, Mrs. Jones 541-355-8477
Mr. Zimmerman 541-355-8537

Language Arts
Ms. Spring 541-355-8466, Mr. Anderson 541-355-8542, Mr. Eby 541-355-8544, Dr. Donahue 541-355-8547

Mr. Flack 541-355-8409, Ms. Fox 541-355-8464, Ms. Buchanan 541-355-8481

Mr. Eby 541-355-8544

Mr. Padilla 541-355-8463, Mrs. Jones 541-355-8477, Mrs. Cassidy 541-355-8479

Social Studies
Mr. Taroli 541-355-8483, Ms. Hardgrove 541-355-8404, Mr. Metcalf 541-355-8485

World Language

Mrs. Stenzel 541-355-8548

Wellness (Health/PE)

Mr. Wilkins 541-355-8570, Mrs. Kinzel-Schneiter 541-355-8482

Supported Services

Ms. Downing 541-355-8523, Ms. Luff-Lopez 541-355-8545, Ms. Berry 541-355-8521, Mrs. Fike 541-355-8524, Ms. Flores 541-355-8528, Mr. Young 541-355-8476, Mrs. Stenzel 541-355-8548

CDR Keefer 541-355-8470, SC Crumrine 541-355-8471

POLO (Proctored Online Learning)

Mrs. Knowles 541-355-8480





Parents and students should check the Gradebook on ParentVUE and StudentVUE to view all progress grades. Only the FINAL trimester report cards are mailed home.

Parents who need ParentVUE access should contact Ms. Schneider at 541-355-8500.