Students enrolled in a career and technical education course.
Students who are English language learners.
Students receiving Special Education services
STUDENTS WHO ARE ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS
STUDENTS RECEIVING SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES
STUDENTS ENROLLED IN A CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION COURSE
Million dollars earned in college scholarships by the graduating class of 2015
When it came to creative writing I was scared to share my thoughts. I used to keep a creative writing journal, but some classmates got a hold of it and made fun of me for what I wrote. My teacher motivated me to write my thoughts down. I made her promise that she would be the only one to read it. When I got the paper back, I didn’t just pass, I exceeded!
– Recent graduate of Salem-Keizer Public Schools
College wasn’t really a big thing for us, we were kind of a low income family. But when my teacher saw something in me that I couldn’t see in myself and helped me grow so much throughout the years. From there on, it changed my perspective on college and making a better future for myself and my family.
– 9th grader at McNary High School
There was a teacher, that I would say was the goal of a teacher. If I became a teacher that’s exactly how I would want to be. She was my former 8th grade health teacher. She was always positive, she always brought warmth and happiness to the classroom. She always got us hyped up and ready to learn!
– Incoming Freshman at McKay High School