Oregon Outreach has four OOI academies for both youth and adults they can attended in order to obtain their high school diploma. To find the nearest academy, please visit their perspective page for both their location and contact information.
The McCoy Academy is the longest running school within Oregon Outreach. Historically, it has served youth who have not been successful in large, urban school districts. We have partnered with Portland Community College’s Cascade campus, where OOI has a classroom at the Margaret Carter Technology Education building.
Recently, McCoy has expanded to serve adults throughout Oregon who need to earn their high school diploma online. (See the Adult Program page for additional information.)
This program is housed in the Molalla High School building and has a large, self contained classroom. This program offers students a standard Oregon diploma through a combination of direct instruction of integrated curriculum and independent work. Students are able to earn more credit than the average student through their own dedication and persistence.
The Scappoose Academy was established in 2014 in collaboration with the Scappoose High School which is located in Columbia County, Oregon to provide a smaller classroom size and more one on one instruction with students. Currently, we provide educational services to youth in grades 9-12, with a maximum of 24 students for the program, split into two 12-student classes.