Eugene IHS Mission Statement:
As global citizens at Eugene International High School, we aspire to value diversity,
ambiguity, and discovery and to act with responsibility, integrity, and compassion.
2004 winner International Studies
Schools Association Award for
Eugene IHS Office @ South:
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PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS FOR THE 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR: Please read special section below
UPCOMING EUGENE IHS CALENDAR DATES:
March 10 - Eugene IHS Site Council Meeting, 4:15pm, South Eugene IHS wing, room 538.
The 2nd annual "Eugene IHS Celebration" will take place on June 8, 2015 from 5:30-8:00pm at the Oakway Center in Eugene. Last year was really great, we saw a lot of old friends, and we hope to see even more this year. Proceeds from local businesses during the event will go to our school. The new Eugene IHS Jazz Band, featuring students from all three campuses, will be among the entertainment and there will be a silent auction. We hope to have a large group of alumni, retired teachers, and staff attend. We look forward to this celebration of all that it means to be part of our amazing Eugene IHS community. So come join us in a nice, relaxing atmosphere and reconnect with friends old and new. Also, if you are interested in helping make this event happen please contact Wade Powell (email@example.com).
Please consult your high school and district calendars for other important events.
*The Ed Center is located at 200 N. Monroe Street.
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ATTENTION PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
Are you curious about global events? Do you enjoy considering different perspectives on world issues? Do you want to make a difference in your local and global community?
You might be interested in Eugene International High School! Eugene IHS is an award-winning alternative high school in international studies for students in grades 9-12. Located at Churchill, Sheldon and South Eugene, the school is open via district lottery to any student who wishes to attend. If you are curious about the world, love languages, and learning in a close-knit, unique environment that is both challenging and supportive, consider Eugene IHS as your high school choice.
Admission into Eugene IHS is through the online 4J School Choice lottery. The lottery deadline has passed for in-district students, however you can still fill out an online post-lottery application after May 1st and will be notified by email if space becomes available. www.4j.lane.edu/choice
· School Choice Applications will be accepted ONLINE ONLY at www.4j.lane.edu/choice.
If you have an interest in the world, love languages and culture, and enjoy learning in a close-knit,
EUGENE IHS NEEDS YOUR HELP PLEASE DONATE
Some of our needs remain unfulfilled here at Eugene IHS. Help us create a fund to sustain our school and potentially reduce class sizes. Please consider donating to Eugene IHS, through EEF.
In the wake of budget cuts, we are
experiencing increasing class sizes and difficulties in keeping up the rich curriculum
that make Eugene International High School such a successful global learning experience.
Please consider making a donation now. You can donate online at: www.eeflane.org. Be sure to designate EUGENE IHS. Or you can send a check to: Eugene Education Foundation, P.O. Box 1015, Eugene, Oregon 97440. Make check payable to: EEF/Eugene IHS.
For more information go to www.eeflane.org or call 541-790-7744. Donors will be appropriately acknowledged. All gifts are tax deductible.
If you have any questions, you can
contact any of the Eugene International High School Offices.
Suzanne Jarvis is our Learning Support Specialist. She is available
Eugene International High School, winner of the 2007 Goldman Sachs Foundation prize for Excellence in International Education, began 27 years ago in the Eugene School District.
TESTIMONIALS FROM ALUMNI
"Looking back on my experience with Eugene IHS I now realize
how important it was in shaping my comprehensive understanding of the
world around me. I credit the [school] with teaching me to love learning
and my subsequent success in college and graduate school. I felt that
I started college ahead of my freshman peers in terms of my writing
abilities and time management skills. Plus, it made me really good at
"Nothing prepares you better for success
Click here to read other "Testimonials" from former Eugene IHS alumni.