North Eugene High School

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200 Silver Lane, Eugene, OR 97404

(541) 790-4500
Fax: (541) 790-4440
Eric Anderson <>
Laurie Fierling & Jenny Tompkins <>
School Hours:
8:00 - 2:35
Breakfast Menu | Lunch Menu
Middle School Region: Kelly
Mission Statement:
We are creating learning-centered schools that provide opportunities for all students to attain the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to become lifelong learners in a rapidly changing world.
Program Description:
North Eugene High School houses three small schools: Academy of Arts, School of IDEAS (Invention, Design, Engineering, Art and Science) and North International High School. The curriculum of each small school offers strong core academic offerings that include Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and College Now programs. Each school is committed to preparing students for the world beyond high school. North Eugene’s staff is a group of caring individuals who believe in the potential of every student and work to support each student. We have a diverse population of students who support each other in maintaining Highlander PRIDE: Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Discipline and Excellence.
School Highlights:
  • At AofA, arts are the center of integrated studies that focus on relationships in concert with academic content. Art-based strategies engage students in rigorous learning across content areas to prepare them for college.
  • NIHS focuses on creating a globally aware student through an integrated international studies program; in the upper grade levels, an IB program is offered in the humanities, math, science, technology and world languages.
  • IDEAS brings modern curriculum to life. Students do meaningful work supported by a faculty that collaborates and utilizes team teaching in a project-based learning environment where technology is a tool available to all.
School Colors:
Red White and Gold

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