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.
The Sisters School Board will be appointing two community members to fill vacancies on the District Budget Committee; term will expire June 30, 2019. The completed application must be turned in to the District Administration Office by Wednesday, March 1, 2017. Interviews will be held on Monday, March 6, 2017 at the Sisters School District Office.
SHS will be the hosting venue of the upcoming movie screening that will take place Tuesday, February 28th, 6:00pm in the auditorium.
The award-winning SCREENAGERS movie probes into the vulnerable corners of family life, including the director’s own, and depicts messy struggles, over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. Through surprising insights from authors and brain scientists solutions emerge on how we can empower kids to best navigate the digital world.
“Our son’s teachers take time with him and show compassion, and together they make it through thick and thin.”Jeff Schuler
We are Sisters Outlaws
Committed to graduating from high school, prepared for college and work.
We are Sisters teachers...
…inspiring students to learn and achieve at the highest levels.
We are Sisters parents...
…supporting our children and demanding a high-quality education.
We are community...
… believing that a strong school system and high achieving students are the future.