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HS Revolving Application Programs

The following high school programs accept applicants throughout the year, generally at the beginning of a quarter, trimester or semester. See your high school counselor or contact the school for more information.

GED – Contact your high school for more information.

Community School - Merlo Campus

1841 SW Merlo Rd.
Beaverton, OR 97003

Contact Merlo Campus: 503.356.3650

Community School​​ is an Options High School for 9th-12th grade students. It is a small, nurturing school community with close ties between teachers and students. Community School also includes the Continuing Education Program for Young Parents (CEYP) and a CTE Construction program. Community Schools operates on Hexters which are 6 weeks long sessions as opposed to semesters or quarters. We accept students at the start of each Hexter.

For more information attend one of our information sessions or contact your high school counselor.

Community School is a full day program for students in grades 9-12 who need more support in school. It is a small, nurturing school community with close ties between teachers and students. Students build self-confidence that culminates in a senior exhibition or capstone project. Community School also includes the Continuing Education Program for Young Parents (CEYP). Students graduate with a BSD diploma.

Please visit Merlo Construction website for more information.

*See Counselor for Application Information


 

Early College High School (ECHS) at PCC Rock Creek

17705 NW Springville Rd.
Beaverton, OR 97229

Contact ECHS at PCC Rock Creek: 971.722.7473

ECHS is a unique opportunity for students to blend high school and college in a personalized and rigorous education program at Rock Creek and Sylvania campuses. Students must be willing to make a two-year commitment to the program and attend PCC full-time. Students manage their own schedules and take regular college courses with other PCC students and they earn both their high school and college credit through their coursework.  ECHS staff, located on the Rock Creek and Sylvania Campus, provide a system of support and career guidance, and every ECHS student takes orientation and career development coursework taught by ECHS staff. 

Eligible students are in 11th grade, and 16 years of age when courses start. Students must have a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA, 10-12 high school credits completed at the end of their Junior year and pass PCC’s minimum placement testing expectations (Math 60, Reading and Writing 115).  Students must complete the ECHS application and submit a high school counselor recommendation to be considered. It is possible for students to earn a high school diploma, an Associate's Degree or up to two years of college credit while in the Early College program. 

The majority of students apply during the Spring of their 10th grade year and start at ECHS in the Fall of 11th grade.  ECHS has a Fall application every year (opens in the Spring) and a Winter and Spring application is available based on enrollment capacity.  

Students not currently enrolled in a district High School can contact the Early College office at 971-722-7473 for more information regarding the application process.

Application Information 

Opportunity Knocks

17705 NW Springville Rd.
Beaverton, OR 97229

Contact ECHS at PCC Rock Creek: 971.722.7473

Opportunity Knocks is a program that grants high school juniors and seniors (or students 16 or older)​ in the Beaverton School District the opportunity to take a credit class at Portland Community College. Students may enrich or extend their learning while gaining college experience and college credit. Tuition is paid for by the Beaverton School District and students eligible for free/reduced lunch will have access to the textbook loan service and Trimet passes.  Student must complete an application to be considered for Opportunity Knocks.

For more information about the application process and requirements, please visit the Opportunity Knocks webpage.