Welcome to Sisters Country

Nestled at the base of the three Sisters Mountains in scenic Sisters, Oregon, the Sisters School District welcomes students and families back to school for the 2016-2017 school year.   It’s a great day to be an Outlaw.

Welcome to Outlaw Country

Outlaw Winter sports are in full swing.  Join us for a basketball game, wrestling meet, ski race and more at home or away.

Winter Athletic Schedule

A Supportive Community

A sense of community echoes through the halls at each of the three schools within the Sisters School District.  Staff, students, families, and community members work together to create a unique and positive learning environment.

Full of Enriching Experiences

Community support allows for unique programming opportunities throughout the Sisters School District.  Programs like Ecos at Sisters Middle School and I.E.E. at Sisters High School get students outside and experiencing hands-on learning in fields like environmental science and physical education.

The Sky is The Limit

Families find success through a variety of working relationships with school staff and administrators to help each student find educational success.  Special Programs coupled with a variety of advanced placement and honors courses ensures there is a place for all students in the Sisters School District.

A Great Place to Live and Learn

Community partners help bring to life experiences that allow students to visit the Beijing, China to practice Mandarin Chinese, travel to “The Hutch” in Seattle, WA to test DNA, meet the First Lady of the United States, and more. Sisters Students are encouraged to pursue excellence through life experiences.

Welcome to Outlaw Country

More than just a school system . . . Sisters Schools are a community.
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Home of the Outlaws

Sisters School District is nestled at the base of the Three Sisters mountain peaks.  With stunning views and ample outdoor opportunities – classroom work is never dull.

Pulling from a community of just over 10,000 people, all three schools boast small class sizes, dedicated teachers and administrators and a supportive community.

Students can often be found studying biology in nearby Whychus Creek and Camp Polk Meadow Preserve, launching their own weather balloons, obtaining a pilot’s license at Sisters Eagle Airport, and taking part in reenactments of medical traumas in health classes with the local paramedics.

Chinese is taught at all three schools and students have opportunities to travel to China on an semi-annual basis.  Both the I.E.E. and Ecos classes get students out and into the wilderness for hands on learning in social studies, environmental science, physical education and language arts.  Students have the opportunity to build their own guitars, write and record music and sing along with nationally known recording artists through the Americana Program.

Does this sound like a great place?  We think so…and we think you’d fit right in.

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My Own 2 Hands

My Own 2 Hands takes place on Friday, May 12th. This includes a parade, art stroll, and community art and music.

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Kiwanis Club Certificate of Appreciation

The Kiwanis Club of Sisters and the Sisters Food Bank recognizes Sisters School District as a 2016 Above and Beyond Community Partner.
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New Schedule Because of Snow Days

The Superintendent, Curt Scholl, discusses the loss of school days, the schedule for the week of January 17th-20th, and Beyond.
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Middle School Access Changes Beginning 10/10

Sisters Schools logo (white)The access to SMS from McKinney Butte will be removed beginning October 10.  All access to the Middle School will be from McKenzie Highway.
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Safety with Strangers

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A note from Superintendent Curtiss J. Scholl regarding speaking with your children about “Safety with Strangers”.
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Semester Schedule

Sisters High School announced a new semester schedule this past June which will go into effect beginning the 2016-2017 school year.  More information is available here.
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2016 School Bond

Learn more about current projects, meet the oversight committee and get questions answered.
Current Projects

“Our son’s teachers take time with him and show compassion, and together they make it through thick and thin.” Jeff Schuler


Week of January 17, 2017 Schedule and Beyond

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A Note from Your School Nurse – Norovirus

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A Note from Your School Nurse – Gastroenteritis

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Students and first responders participated last week in a major region-wide disaster drill. photo provided

Disaster Drill Tests Readiness

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Brett Hudson is the project manager coordinating renovation work throughout Sisters School District under the bond voters approved. photo by Steve Kadel

Hudson Oversees Bond Projects

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Boys Soccer Secure 7th League Title

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We are Sisters Outlaws . . .

. . . committed to graduating from high school while prepared for college and work.

We are Sisters Parents . . .

. . . building positive learning communities focused on academic achievement.

We are Community Leaders . . .

. . . committed to supporting education for the next generation.

We are Sisters Staff . . .

. . . inspiring students to learn and achieve at the highest levels.