La Pine High School
Our school is a rural school in beautiful Central Oregon in a small community in the greater La Pine area. The mission of our school is to produce educated and responsible citizens who are ready to meet the challenges of the demanding world that awaits them. We are one of the five high schools in Bend-La Pine Schools, and we pull students from a wide geographic area known as "South County."
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There are approximately 420 students at LPHS. We run on a 5 period schedule, all classes meeting daily. Each school year includes three 12-week terms (trimesters). The average class size is 23. 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. We feel these experiences only add value in creating a well-rounded student. The staff that support our school are highly qualified, dedicated professionals.
La Pine High School supports students in their quest to be educated and responsible citizens. We devote every day, every interaction, and every teaching opportunity toward making an impression on our students with our stated core values. The staff seeks to make every teaching moment a lasting impression based on setting a good example, and being exceptional role models for the students. Honor, character, and citizenship are infused into our daily activities with the students so that they may emulate these qualities in their lives.
Anne-Marie Schmidt, Principal
Stace Baker, Vice Principal
51633 Coach Road
La Pine, OR 97739
For 2019-20 School Year:
(early release for teacher training and professional development)
Each year the Oregon Department of Education provides:
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