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North Eugene High School

north200 Silver Lane, Eugene, OR 97404
(541) 790-4500 Fax: (541) 790-4440

School website

Grades: 9–12
2021–22 Enrollment: 1,047
Principal: Trinity Welch-Radabaugh <welch_t@4j.lane.edu>
Secretary: Laurie Fierling <fierling@4j.lane.edu>

School Hours:
Monday–Thursday: 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.

School Meals:
Breakfast and Lunch Menu
Free for all students in 2021–22

Feeder Middle School Regions: Kelly, Madison

Mission Statement:
The North Eugene community empowers students to be thoughtful and compassionate individuals who will live and work in a complex and diverse global society. We support each student for life beyond high school by fostering their academic, social and emotional success. Students will prepare for post-secondary options and acquire the knowledge and skills required to thrive in a rapidly changing world.

Program Description:
North Eugene High School has a long and proud tradition in the River Road and Santa Clara communities. An outstanding and deeply caring staff believes in the potential of every student. North Eugene High School has a variety of exciting programs designed to support student success in high school and beyond.

Commitment to diversity is evidenced by staff leadership, which includes an equity committee, unity-themed assemblies, affinity groups such as MEChA and Gender Sexuality Alliance, and curriculum such as Courageous Conversations—a class where students learn and practice the skills needed to accept and respect one another.

North Eugene is an International Baccalaureate World School—every student has access to the IB diploma program and the career-related program. All students are able to pursue a rich and rigorous curriculum in every subject area. Our curriculum includes college preparatory courses across all content areas, advanced science and math courses, relevant experiences in language arts and social studies, and a variety of fine, applied and performing arts, in addition to health and physical education classes. An involved and diverse student body means a multitude of clubs and a full range of 5A athletic programs.

School Highlights:

  • Two International Baccalaureate programs: Diploma Program and Career-Related Program; all students have access to all IB courses and may earn college credit
  • Dual LCC College Now credits in Spanish, science, math, wood shop, music, child development, digital media, health sciences, programming and software development
  • Career technical education (CTE) programs: Wood shop, metalworking, child development, culinary arts and digital media
  • World languages: American Sign Language, Japanese and Spanish
  • Language immersion programs: Japanese immersion and Spanish dual immersion
  • Student supports: Targeted intervention classes, essential skills classes, ASPIRE volunteers and UO Honors College tutors round out our support model
  • AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination): College preparatory system with an AVID elective class at each grade level; AVID strategies such as Cornell Notes, Socratic Seminar and Interactive Notebooks utilized in classrooms throughout the school
  • School climate: Diligent focus on maintaining the fidelity and impact of comprehensive Positive Behavior Intervention and Support and encouraging Highlander PRIDE (Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Discipline and Excellence)

School Improvement Goals:

  • Increase student engagement and accessibility of courses, with particular focus on historically underserved populations
  • Improve graduation rate
  • Create a school climate where student achievement and safety are actively emphasized, encouraged and recognized

School colors:
Red and White

ODE school report cards and AYP reports