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EL Education is a comprehensive school reform and development model for elementary, middle, and high schools. (EL Core Practices)

The five core practices of EL Education—learning expeditions, active pedagogy, school culture and character, leadership and school improvement, and structures - work in concert and support one another to promote high achievement through active learning, character growth, and teamwork. (EL Core Practices)

​Crew-led Community Meetings foster student leadership, teamwork, and collaboration. Community Meetings either 1) celebrate student success, 2) problem-solve school issues, or 3) engage in spirited competition and fun between students. (EL Core Practices)

​In an EL Education School learning is active active, challenging, meaningful. public, and collaborative. (EL Core Practices)

​Teachers always use learning targets and knowledge of their students to plan lessons. (EL Core Practices)

As learning is public in an EL Education school, students at Health and Science participate in Exhibitions of Learning in the spring, which include Student Led Conferences, Mock Interviews, and Passages. (EL Core Practices)

​Students present a reflection of their high school work and their researched plans for their post high school years to a panel of community partners which include business partners, community members, teachers, and district personnel. (EL Core Practices)

​Students demonstrate ownership and pride through attending to detail and making their final draft work accurate, thorough, and aesthetically strong. (EL Core Practices)

​ELEducation Dimensions of Student Acheivement - Mastery of Knowledge & Skills, Character, and High Quality Student Work. (EL Core Practices)

​Welcome Students​​

Crew is an integral part of Health and Science School and Crew structures are embedded in the culture. Crew is everything we do. Every student is an active participant in Crew three times a week. Crew is a structured class designed to foster relationships, become literate citizens, serve the community, and bond with peers through initiatives, Socratic seminars, problem solving, and adventure.

 School Highlights

Battle of the Books Sign Up
Latino Parents Nights
Open House For Prospective Students
WE Book English & Spanish
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 Upcoming Events

10/24/2016 9:30 AM - 11th Grade Field Trip to Convention Center
10/24/2016 1:30 PM <br> No10/24/2016 today - 10/23/2016
10/24/2016 6:30 PM - School Board Business Meeting
10/24/2016 9:30 PMAdministration Center, 16550 SW Merlo Rd., BeavertonNo10/24/2016 today - 10/23/2016
10/25/2016 7:30 AM - HOSA Blood Drive
10/25/2016 2:00 PM <br> AuditoriumNo10/25/2016 today - 10/23/2016
10/27/2016 6:00 PM - Bond Accountability Mtg
10/27/2016 8:00 PMAdministration Office, 16550 SW Merlo Rd, Beav, Conf room 3No10/27/2016 today - 10/23/2016
10/28/2016 11:45 AM - 100 Words of Horror Assembly
10/28/2016 12:15 PM <br> HS2 AuditoriumNo10/28/2016 today - 10/23/2016
10/29/2016 7:00 PM - High School Costume Ball
10/29/2016 10:00 PM <br> No10/29/2016 today - 10/23/2016
11/1/2016 8:30 AM - University of the Pacific College Visit
11/1/2016 9:30 AM <br> Future CenterNo11/1/2016 today - 10/23/2016
11/3/2016 6:00 PM - High School Latino Night
11/3/2016 8:00 PM <br> No11/3/2016 today - 10/23/2016
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