Innovative, creative, inspired. Those are a few words that describe the many unique programs and classes here at Sisters High School. Programs like Environmental Science, Sustainable Agriculture, Flight Science, Americana and more encourage young people to experience new opportunities and create a robust educational experience.
Home of the Outlaws
Nestled at the base of the Three Sisters mountains in the rural community of Sisters a unique and incredible school sits. Students have the opportunity to choose from classes not offered any where else on the west coast – things like flight science, outdoor experiential education, and even building your own guitars. Sisters High School has many academic options for students to explore. A multitude of clubs, activities, and sports help round out your experience.
Arts programming, coupled with STEM workshops – connected to real-world learning are a regular occurence at SHS. The small class sizes, dynamic teaching staff, and multiple volunteers support students throughout their time as an Outlaw.
It’s a great day to be an Outlaw.
On behalf of the Oregon Sports Awards, we would like to congratulate Sisters High School’s athlete, Hawley Harrer, for being a Prep Volleyball Player of the Year finalist.
Every year records are broken and limits are stretched on tracks, courts, fields, pitches and pools throughout the state. The Oregon Sports Awards honors these achievements annually by inviting the finalists and their families to an ESPYs-style production held within the Stanford Theater at the Nike World Headquarters. This year, the Oregon Sports Awards will be on Sunday, June 18th, 2017, where the Prep Football Player of the Year for the 2016-17 season will be revealed.
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.
Perfect Attendance Awards!
Those who had perfect attendance, which doesn’t include missing school for co-curricular activities, were honored by Tim Roth and Lynne Fendall. A few minutes before lunch twenty students were honored with ice cream and toppings. The celebration also allowed these students to make song recommendations for our one minute warning. We know how much effort it takes, with a little healthy luck, to be in attendance every day and we wanted to provide these students a small token of recognition. Ironically, we allowed them to leave class a little early for lunch; yet as dedicated at these students are, some of them asked if they could take their ice cream back to class. So not all students who were recognized today are in the picture.
We are Sisters Outlaws . . .
. . . committed to graduating from high school while prepared for college and work.
We are Sisters Parents . . .
. . . building positive learning communities focused on academic achievement.
We are Community Leaders . . .
. . . committed to supporting education for the next generation.
We are Sisters Staff . . .
. . . inspiring students to learn and achieve at the highest levels.