Programs Help Build Life Skills

Programs Help Build Life Skills

Sisters High School’s transition program helps prepare students with special needs to lead independent and productive lives after they graduate. The class is held off campus at the Belfry in downtown Sisters. Transition teacher Josh Nordell leads the group in...
Online Learning Offers Students Options

Online Learning Offers Students Options

Sisters High School sophomore Peyton Myhre has a packed and challenging school schedule that includes both AP and honors classes. To help fit all these classes into his life, Myhre is taking advantage of an online learning program at Sisters High School. “It...
Young entrepreneurs pursue passions

Young entrepreneurs pursue passions

Originally Published The Nugget News March 8, 2016 The Pursue Your Passion entrepreneurship class at Sisters High School convened on Wednesday, March 2, to complete their final presentations of their ideas for a business. The mission of the class is for students to...

Eating Well at Sisters Schools

Every day, students at all three Sisters public schools have the opportunity for a nutritious breakfast and lunch served by smiling nutrition workers. For as low as $2.00 per student for breakfast and $2.75 to $3.25 per student for lunch, students receive...
No Ordinary Cooking Class

No Ordinary Cooking Class

This is not your mother’s high school cooking class. Students enrolled in Culinary Arts at Sisters High School learn to make foods like curry, pizza and calzones from scratch. There is dancing, singing and background music. There are field trips to local markets to...
Lego® Robotics team wins state berth

Lego® Robotics team wins state berth

Originally Published The Nugget News December 22, 2015 Author Jim Cornelius Sisters Middle School’s Outlaws Lego® Robotics team won a berth in state competition with an extraordinarily strong performance in regional First Lego® League competition last week at...