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Churchill High School

1850 Bailey Hill Road, Eugene, OR 97405
(541) 790-5100 Fax: (541) 790-5110

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Grades: 9–12
Enrollment: 1110
Principal: Greg Borgerding <borgerding_g@4j.lane.edu>
Secretary: Jill Reents <reents_ji@4j.lane.edu>

School Hours:
M–Th: 8:30–3:30
Friday: 8:30–2:30
Breakfast and Lunch Menu

Middle School Region: Arts & Technology Academy, Kennedy

Mission Statement:
Churchill High School will build a community of excellence by: cultivating an environment of equity; fostering a diverse culture of lifelong learners; recognizing the individual strengths of each student; expanding knowledge and developing skills through multiple pathways and programs. Lancers strive for excellence through PRIDE: PURPOSE: Lancers act with intention; RESPECT: Lancers accept others and themselves; INTEGRITY: Lancers act with honor and accountability; DETERMINATION: Lancers persevere; ENCOURAGEMENT: Lancers empower everyone.

Program Description:
One of the hallmarks of CHS is the caring culture of staff and students. We hold a collective commitment to respecting each and every student as one of our own. We further believe that every student has innate talents whether they have been discovered or not; we want for each student to find a successful path after high school. We have five very successful career technical education programs of study that provide our students an opportunity to build experience in industry, take college-level classes, and explore their passions and interests. Along with these pathways, Churchill has a strong college-bound culture, with Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate classes, plus supports for students to be successful in these classes. Service is another hallmark of Churchill. Our students give over 15,000 hours of volunteer service, making a difference in the lives of people throughout the community.

School Highlights:

  • A balanced program with a wide range of opportunities for our diverse student body
  • AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) elective classes are available at each grade level, providing instruction in college success behaviors, as well as support for students to maintain college acceptance GPAs
  • Five career technical education academies allow students to choose a pathway of interest and high academics. Churchill CTE Pathways include a Health Services Academy, Rachel Carson Environmental Academy, Graphic Design Academy, West End Creative and Performing Arts Academy and Engineering Academy
  • Advanced opportunities are provided through AP courses for all students and IB courses for International High School students
  • Strong elective programs are available, with an extraordinary music and drama department, a college-level graphic design program and science electives such as robotics and marine biology
  • Opportunities to earn over 60 college-level credits across a wide variety of content

School Improvement Goals:

While CHS has student growth goals typical at most schools, our most pressing challenge is to more explicitly address the need for all of our students to succeed in our school. Churchill teachers are warm and inviting people who help students achieve due to the relationships they form. Each staff member has a student achievement goal focused on supporting students from an underserved population at our school. We are committed as a staff to growing and learning what it will require for us to be able to affirm the identity of each student and staff member in our school, and to assure that there are no identities that predetermine success, or lack thereof, at Churchill High School.


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