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School to Career

Elevate your future with the dynamic School to Career Program offered at Oregon High School.

At Oregon High School, we believe in a collaborative approach to education. Our School to Career Program shows this belief, uniting community partners, dedicated Career and Technical Education (CTE) faculty, core subject area teachers, and student services staff in a common goal: to equip OHS students for success beyond the classroom.

What sets us apart? Our comprehensive approach to learning offers OHS students a lot of opportunities to excel. From industry-recognized certifications to dual enrollment credits, job shadowing experiences, and immersive work-based learning opportunities, we ensure that every student has the tools they need to chart their own path to success.

Discover the Oregon High School difference – where academic excellence meets real-world readiness. Join us, and let's shape your tomorrow, today.

Anna D'Amelio

Anna D'Amelio
School-To-Career Coordinator

Academic and Career Planning

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What is ACP?

An ongoing process that actively engages students to:

  • develop an understanding of themselves
  • create a vision of their future
  • develop individual goals
  • prepare a personal plan for achieving the vision and goals

A product that documents and reflects students:

  • coursework, learning and assessment results
  • post-secondary plans aligned to career goals & financial reality
  • record of college and career readiness skills.

Oregon High School has approved Regional Career Pathways.

Approved pathways consist of:

  • a minimum of (2) two Career and Technical Education (CTE) aligned career pathway courses,
  • a work based learning opportunity,
  • a related Career & Technical Student Organization (CTSO),
  • Industry Recognized Credential opportunity, and
  • dual enrollment (college credit) opportunity.

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