WCHS is a unique alternative high school program in Lane County’s Bethel School District, where students are a part of our multi-grade cohort-based program for core academic classes and where students can still take advantage of the expansive elective and extracurricular activities at Willamette High School.
Our students will spend half of their day earning credits in core classes through integrated curriculum. The other half of WCHS students’ days will be with the greater WHS community for elective credits and opportunities.
Wolverine Community High School provides an opportunity for students to have a unique high school experience through a cohort, multi-grade, project-based learning model.
Meeting the needs of our future graduates, we will provide a collaborative climate that is subject-integrated with a strong focus on transition from school to employment or college or service.
We will be equitable, cohesive and community-based, incorporating school safety, authentic “real world” assessments and valuing diversity by welcoming every risk taker who embarks on our journey.
Wolverine Community High School is a place of radical acceptance where we help our students reach their utmost potential. Every student will be and feel valued for who they are and for the experiences and knowledge they bring
to our community.