SCHOOL REGISTRATION FOR ALL STUDENTS – Tuesday August 26
Including distribution of schedules (grades 10- 12), locker assignments, yearbook pictures and photo IDs
*** Fall Athletes must register and may come anytime during registration. ***
Monday, September 1 LABOR DAY – NO SCHOOL
Tuesday, September 2 8:00 am 9th Grade Orientation
Wednesday, September 3 SCHOOL BEGINS FOR ALL STUDENTS!
Thursday, September 4 Regular Schedule
Friday, September 5 ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE
Students new to District 4J, please use the links under Back to School Documents for registration forms
Overview of NEHS
Feeder Schools: Kelly, Madison
Student Body: Approximately 1,015
The North Eugene community empowers students to be thoughtful and compassionate individuals who will live and work in a complex and diverse global society.
We support each student for life beyond high school by fostering their academic, social and emotional success. Students will prepare for post-secondary options and acquire the knowledge and skills required to thrive in a rapidly-changing world.
Advanced Placement courses are college-level courses that are taught at the high school. They are available in a wide variety of subject areas and they culminate in a comprehensive exam in May. Colleges and universities each have their own policies regarding the granting of college credit and/or waiver of college courses based on exam scores on this culminating exam. AP courses are rigorous and demanding, offering superior academic preparation for higher education. Taking an AP course also helps students to develop the study habits necessary for college course work, and they can help students stand out in the college admissions process. Students should check AP course prerequisites and talk with teachers and counselors when deciding to include AP courses in their four-year plan.
- English Literature and Composition
- English Language and Composition
- Calculus AB
- United States History
- Spanish Language
International Baccalaureate Courses
North Eugene High School is an authorized IB school. All students take IB classes in Literature and History in 11th and 12th grade. Students may also choose from several other IB offerings. Students enrolled in IB courses may elect to take individual IB certificate exams to earn college credit. It is suggested that students who are interested in the full IB Diploma enroll in NIHS by their junior year to complete the coursework.
- IB Literature 11th and 12th grade
- IB History 11th and 12th grade
- IB PreCalculus 11th grade
- IB Film 11th grade
- IB Spanish 11th or 12th grade
- Theory of Knowledge 12th grade
- IB Biology 12th grade
- IB Chemistry 12th grade
North also boasts two student-run businesses
- Download a complete copy of this year’s Student/Parent Handbook. (Upload new handbook!) NEHS 2013-2014 CURRICULUM GUIDE