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HIGH SCHOOL

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.
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2004 winner International Studies Schools Association Award for
Excellence in International Education
2007 winner Goldman Sachs Foundation Prize for Excellence in International Education


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Eugene International High School Staff 2014-2015



Announcements


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Eugene IHS Office @ South:
400 E. 19th Ave.
Eugene, OR 97401
(541)790-8030


Eugene IHS Office @ Sheldon:
2455 Willakenzie Road
Eugene, OR 97401
(541)790-6636


Eugene IHS Office @ Churchill:
1850 Bailey Hill Road
Eugene, OR 97405
(541)790-5225

Head Teacher:
Jessica Schabtach
(541)790-8030


IB Coordinator:
Marilyn Curtis
(541)790-8030

Eugene IHS t-shirt sales for 2014-2015 are coming soon.
All orders will be done online. Check back here soon for an online order link.

UPCOMING EUGENE IHS CALENDAR DATES:

November 11 NO SCHOOL - Veterans Day
November 17 Eugene IHS Parent Group Meeting, Ed Center Parr Room*, 7:00pm. New parents are always welcome to attend!
November 18 Eugene IHS Site Council Meeting, South Eugene, Rm 538, 4:00pm
November 13 Travel Scholarship Applications due by 3:30pm. (Applications are available in the Eugene IHS offices or you can click here to print one)
November 21 Senior Papers Due
November 26 NO SCHOOL - Grading Day - End of Trimester 1
November 27-28 NO SCHOOL - Thanksgiving Holiday
December 1 NO SCHOOL - Professional Development/Planning Day
December 2 Trimseter 2 Begins - B DAY
December 9 Eugene IHS Site Council Meeting, South Eugene, Rm 538, 4:00pm
Dec 22-Jan 2 NO SCHOOL - Winter Break
January 5 Classes Resume - (A DAY)

Please consult your high school and district calendars for other important events.
**Click on the "CALENDAR" link to the right for more dates**

*The Ed Center is located at 200 N. Monroe Street. New parents are always
welcome to attend the Eugene IHS Parent Group Meetings.

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ATTENTION PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
FOR THE 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR:

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?

Eugene IHS is an award-winning alternative school in international studies for students in grades 9-12.  We are open via district lottery to any student who wishes to attend, and students who choose Eugene IHS value global understanding and communication, exhibit an interest in learning about cultural differences, and are committed to improving the human condition. The school currently has three campuses at South Eugene High School, Sheldon High School, and Churchill High School.

To be considered for enrollment in Eugene IHS you must submit an online
4J School Choice lottery application. The lottery deadline has passed, however you can still fill out an online post-lottery application and will be notified if space becomes available.

Go to
www.4j.lane.edu/choice.

If you have an interest in the world, love languages and culture, and enjoy learning in a close-knit, unique environment, we hope you will consider Eugene IHS.  For more information please contact one of our offices.

Click here to read our enrollment information letter to 8th grade families.


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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.
Your financial support can help us continue to provide the kind of education we have
been dedicated to for over 20 years.

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.


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ACADEMIC SUPPORT:

Suzanne Jarvis is our Learning Support Specialist. She is available
to assist students with Eugene IHS assignments. Her main priority is students
who need additional support with reading and writing strategies.
Please contact her if you would like her to work with your student.
Click here for her contact information and daily campus schedule.


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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. 
The school celebrated by hosting a 25th Anniversary Celebration on Friday, April 23, 2010 at the Lane Community College Center for Meeting & Learning.  The theme for the evening was “Looking Back, Moving Forward.”  The program included Dwayne Adcock, original founder of Eugene IHS who spoke about the history of the school, former student and Eugene IHS benefactor Brian O’Kelley spoke on the future of international education, and  Halle Shirk, a current student and Project Our Turn creator offered her insights on the importance of an international education.  The evening kicked-off with the Lion Dancers from the Chinese American Benevolent Association and student performances from musicians to dancers provided wonderful entertainment! The event was attended by alumni, retirees, parents, and current staff and students.
Click here to see pictures of our 25th Anniversary Celebration

 

"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 Jeopardy.
--Alison (Stark) Leiman, Class of 2000

"Nothing prepares you better for success
than Eugene IHS!"
--Sarah (Withrow) King, Class of 1996

Click here to read other "Testimonials" from former Eugene IHS students.

Student speaking at Pan-African Conference Project Our TurnStudent giving thumbs up on a class project about VietnamEurasian Conference Students in class