Marshall High School
The Marshall High School counseling department will develop programs and curriculum that will encourage student resiliency and competencies in academics, career, and social and emotional growth. Growth in these areas will support the development of students’ post-high school plans and future-readiness toward becoming thriving citizens.
Students will implement the skills learned during their time at Marshall to succeed in college, establish rewarding careers, appropriately handle life’s social and emotional challenges, and thrive as productive members of society.
Students: Use the sign-up system found in the Counseling Center to make your counseling appointment.
Parents: Please contact your son or daughter's counselor or the Counseling Secretary to make an appointment to see your son or daughter's counselor. Parents cannot make student appointments.
No schedule changes will be made the first three days of the new term. No drop in schedule requests will be allowed. Students need to fill out and turn in the Schedule Change Request Form. Students can also sign up to see their counselor through the online sign up form or the main office.
When will schedule changes be considered?
Any student request for a schedule change will require counselor approval.
Students who drop a class after 10 days will receive an “F” grade for the trimester unless the student has administrator approval. No incompletes will be given as final grades. All letter grades will be calculated in the Grade Point Average.
Welcome to Marshall High School! Visit the counseling office to make an appointment and register. Please bring the following items:
We provide transcripts to colleges, universities, trade schools and employers through Parchment for current and former students. You can also order a transcript for yourself. Please go to our Contact Us page to order your transcript.
Deschutes County - Department of Health offers resources for those needing mental health support: