Marshall High School

School Information


Main Office

The main office is open to the public, but construction is ongoing and parking is limited.

To contact the main office, please call 541-355-3500.

Authorization for Student Medication Administration by Self form is available here.

Learning for Their Futures

Students at Marshall High School are learning for their futures. The school offers methods for students to earn college credits, while enrolled in our classrooms. Students also engage in Career Technical Education opportunities, to help prepare them for careers in skilled professions.

This fall, Marshall High School will begin offering new CTE pathways for students. New principal Sal Cassaro is excited to lead Marshall with a focus on allowing students to pursue their passions in career and tech fields within a small school environment. The five new CTE pathways include STEM engineering, construction technologies, business and marketing, health occupations and JROTC. These programmatic changes will continue to evolve and take shape throughout the school year and will continue to include key input from students and staff.

Sal Cassaro, Principal

School Location

1291 NE 5th Street
Bend, OR 97701

Enrollment Form

The Choice Options High Schools are still accepting applications for a limited number of remaining openings for the 2019-20 school year. These openings are available on a first come first served basis. Once these openings have been filled, any subsequent applications will be added to our waitlist in the order they are received. If you are interested in one of these openings, or to get on our wait list, please complete this online application.

Please type carefully - your address, phone number and email address will be used to contact you should an opening come up.

Start and Release Times

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday:
8:05 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.

8:05 a.m. to 12:40 p.m.
(early release for teacher training and professional development)


Each year the Oregon Department of Education provides:


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Parents interested in learning how to opt out of testing can find more information and a required form to fill out below. Once the form is complete, return it to the main office.