Arts & Technology Academy

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1650 West 22nd Avenue, Eugene, OR 97405

(541) 790-5700
Fax: (541) 790-5705
Jeffry Johnson <>
Julie Quelch <>
School Hours:
8:55 - 3:20
Early Release: Wednesdays 8:55 - 2:20
Breakfast Menu | Lunch Menu
High School Region: Churchill
Mission Statement:
Committed to equity, Arts & Technology Academy teaches 21st century skills, creating global learners for a new tomorrow.
Program Description:
ATA is a unique student-centered school that ensures that every student is known in a small group setting. We believe that through the integration of arts and technology, students can attain knowledge and skills that will pave the road for future academic success.
School Highlights:
  • Safe, nurturing and inclusive environment for all students that focuses on multiculturalism and equity with curriculum that integrates arts and technology
  • Language arts and math specialized instruction in skill-based grouping and multi-age/multi-ability groupings that address state standards; a math scope and sequence that has all students in algebra or higher by 8th grade
  • We are a small school setting where each child is individually known by our staff
  • We monitor the academic progress of our students and our instruction, providing interventions through math and language arts support classes, and acceleration through multi-age grouping and differentiated instruction
School Improvement Goals:
  • Address Oregon state content standards through a variety of rigorous and innovative curriculum structures that are consistent with best practice
  • Incorporate community, families and local organizations to participate in the learning community
  • Ensure that all students are at or exceeding grade level in reading and math
  • Ensure that arts and technology are effectively integrated across programming
Other Information:
IMPORTANT NOTE: Arts & Technology Academy's elementary grades will close at the end of the 2012–13 school year. Beginning in fall 2013, the school will be a middle school serving grades 6–8.

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