Students selected for conference

Students selected for conference

Originally Published The Nugget News July 5, 2016 Author Ron Thorkildson Two Sisters High School students have been selected to attend an astronomy-related conference in Carson City, Nevada this summer. Alex Burroughs and Rylee Funk are president and vice president of...

ASPIRE helps Sisters High School students find their path

Originally Published The Nugget News June 21. 2016 Author Erin Borla A new crop of Sisters High School graduates has set off into the future. And they’ve had some help determining what their path into that future might be. All juniors and seniors at Sisters High...
Outlaws moving on to college sports

Outlaws moving on to college sports

Originally Published The Nugget News June 14, 2016 By Charlie Kanzig The Sisters High School class of 2016 includes at least eight athletes who intend to join college teams next year to continue their careers. Among girls, Michaela Miller and Hannah Ceciliani will be...
Class of 2016 heads into the future

Class of 2016 heads into the future

Originally Published The Nugget News June 7, 2016 Author Charlie Kanzig One hundred and twenty-four young men and women formally moved into the next stage of their lives at the 68th commencement of Sisters High School on Friday, June 3, in front of a capacity crowd in...
Sisters High School Moves to Semester Schedule

Sisters High School Moves to Semester Schedule

Originally published: The Nugget News; June 7, 2016 Sisters schools will move to a semester schedule in the 2016-17 school year. Superintendent Curt Scholl announced the change from trimesters to semesters in a letter to parents and community members on Friday....
Helping Special Needs Students Transition to Adulthood

Helping Special Needs Students Transition to Adulthood

Do you know a 17-21 year old with special needs who could use help preparing for life after high school? The High Desert Educational Service District’s Transition Network offers many resources to assist in preparing Central Oregon students with intellectual and...