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EUGENE INTERNATIONAL
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.


Como ciudadanos globales en la Escuela Preparatoria Internacional de Eugene, aspiramos dar valor a la diversidad, ambigüedad y al descubrimiento y actuar con responsabilidad, integridad y compasión.

En tant que citoyens du monde au Lycée International de Eugene, nous aspirons à apprécier la diversité, l’ambiguïté et la découverte, et à agir avec responsabilité, intégrité et 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 2016-2017



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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:
Jocelyn Harley
(541)790-8030

Admission into Eugene IHS for the 2016-2017 school year is through the online 4J School District lottery process. There may still be space available at the campus you are interested in. All interested students must fill out an online 4J School Choice application atwww.4j.lane.edu/choice .
(See details below)

UPCOMING EUGENE IHS CALENDAR DATES:

Dec 1 - Last Day of Trimester 1
Dec 2 - NO SCHOOL - Grading Day
Dec 5 - NO SCHOOL - Professional Development/Planning Day
Dec 6 - Trimester 2 Begins - B DAY
Dec 7 - Required SENIOR SEMINAR meeting for seniors at each campus before school
Dec 13 - Eugene IHS Site Council Mtg, South Eugene, Rm 538, 4:15pm
Dec 19-Jan 2 - NO SCHOOL - Winter Break
Jan 3 - NO SCHOOL - Professional Development Day
Jan 4 - Classes Resume - B DAY
Jan 10 - Eugene IHS Site Council Mtg, South Eugene, Rm 538, 4:15pm
Jan 16 - NO SCHOOL - MLK Day
Feb 3 - Mid-Trimester Grading NO IHS CLASSES/host-school early release
Feb 9 - IB Sophomore Parent Night, Ed Center Auditorium*, 7:00pm
Feb 14 - Eugene IHS Site Council Mtg, South Eugene, Rm 538, 4:15pm
Feb 20 - NO SCHOOL - President’s Day
March 14 - Eugene IHS Site Council Mtg, South Eugene, Rm 538, 4:15pm
Mar 15 - Last Day of Tri 2
Mar 16 - NO SCHOOL - Grading Day
Mar 17 - NO SCHOOL - Professional Dev/Planning
Mar 20 - Begin Tri 3 - B DAY
Mar 23 - Eugene IHS Art Gala @ South

*The Ed Center Auditorium, is located at 200 N. Monnroe.

Note: Information will come from host schools regarding schedules for registration day and the
first day of classes. Please consult your high school and district calendars for other important events.

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

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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 on the campuses of Churchill, Sheldon and South Eugene, our school is open via district lottery to any student who wishes to attend.  If you have an interest in the world, love languages and culture, and enjoy learning in a close-knit, unique environment that is both challenging and supportive, consider Eugene IHS as your high school choice. 

To be considered for enrollment in Eugene IHS you must submit an online 4J School Choice lottery application. There may still be space available at the campus you are interested in. Please contact the campuss and fill out an online post-lottery application:  www.4j.lane.edu/choice
If you do not have a computer available to you, please contact Lisa Hollingsworth at the 4J District office at 541-790-7553.  You can also contact any one of our offices for more information.

Click here to read our enrollment information letter that was sent
in January to 8th grade families in our attendance area.
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PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING TO EUGENE IHS

Our educational needs are consistently under-funded. We are experiencing increasing difficulties in keeping up the rich curriculum that makes 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 30 years. We have several funding needs at this time that include, but are not limited to: updated projectors for daily classroom use, new-updated curriculum materials for our IB History courses, classroom chairs and other daily essentials. Your donation to Eugene IHS would help us fulfill our needs and replenish our funds for the future.

Please consider making a donation now. Donations go through Eugene Educational Foundation and can be made 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.

You can also visit her website with helpful study links and tips: http://blogs.4j.lane.edu/jarvis/

 

"I never fully appreciated all that Eugene IHS had given me until I stepped into my first college lecture.  I learned very quickly just how prepared I was to be in that type of environment, and how comfortable I was with that transition into higher education.  I will never forget the great relationships I formed with my teachers and classmates, and will always thank the program for developing and cultivating within me a genuine interest in the acquisition of knowledge.”
--Allison Wonn, Class of 2012

"Attending an all-women's college, I inevitably have peers who hail from all-girl's high schools with the traditional ‘upper class privilege’ that comes with the territory.  In describing my background, I am asked what schools I attended before, and surprise is often a response I get when others learn that I had an entirely public education.  I have had the privilege of growing up in a community where language immersion, an IB education, and the term ‘global citizen’ is not only readily available, but considered a necessity.  IB had me prepared to be a competitive and versatile student in college, and I know I will continue to use the skills I gained in high school in the future. Eugene IHS gave us a great opportunity to grow both academically and personally. I found I was able to perform well under academic pressure in college, and make connections across concepts and subjects. The IB has been integral in my ability to truly appreciate both my past and current projects. I think there is a certain skill developed in this program that encompasses both critical thinking and empathy towards other lenses.”
--Lydia Pomeroy-Hale, Class of 2011

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

Click HERE to read more "Testimonials" from Eugene IHS alumni.

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