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Student Support

Panther After School Study (PASS)

4:00-5:00 p.m., Monday - Thursday in the Library Media Center

Staff support available to all students!

Academic Success Center

It is our mission to help students develop academic and social skills that are necessary to be successful in school.

AVID (Achievement Via Individual Determination)

The mission of AVID is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society. AVID is an elective class that is focused on the following:

  • Developing students as critical readers and writers
  • Teaches specific strategies for critical thinking
  • Provides support so students can be successful in honors / AP classes
  • Supports students through the college application process (e.g., college campus field trips, ACT test preparation, assistance with post-secondary and financial aid applications) 

There is a selective application process for AVID that begins during the course selection process in 8th grade.

English Language

The English Language program at OHS provides tailored support to linguistically diverse students, including those who are bilingual, multilingual, or recent arrivals to the U.S. We offer in-class help, testing support, language development, and family outreach.

Students eligible for our services are referred at registration and receive support until they exit the program.

Our program at OHS values and uplifts the diverse cultures and perspectives in the Oregon School District.

Reading

Our OHS reading intervention courses help students reach their reading goals by improving skills like decoding, fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary. These courses boost academic performance and make it easier to understand complex texts, enhancing reading enjoyment now and in the future.

Tutoring

Looking for a Tutor?

If you're a student seeking tutoring support, you're taking a great step toward ensuring your success in school. Asking for a tutor shows maturity and important self-advocacy skills for your future.  Tutoring offers you the opportunity to receive one-on-one attention and build a relationship with a trusted peer.

To request a tutor, please fill out the Tutor Request Form in the fall.  We will be in touch with you soon!

Tutor Request Form

Be a Tutor

Oregon High School needs tutors like you! You can help your peers or younger students in grades K-8. If you're interested in tutoring K-8 students, you can earn credit during the school day. Peer tutors won't earn credit, but you can count your hours toward the 40-hour volunteer service requirement for graduation.

To start, grab a K-8 Tutoring form from the Student Services Office or fill out the Peer Tutoring Application.

Peer Tutoring Application