McCoy Academy Location
Student Transcript Request
To request a transcript please submit your request via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, academy attended, dates of attendance, and the address where the transcript will be mailed.
Please allow at least three business days for your transcript to be processed. Thank you.
Our McCoy Academy program is our longest running program in the Portland area and helped many Oregon youth receive their high school diplomas. Students served at this location are primarily those that have not found success within the Portland Public School District.
We have partnered with Portland Community College, Cascade Campus, and now we house our classroom at the Margaret Carter Technology Education Building, Monday through Thursday. On Fridays, we house our classroom at Oregon Outreach Administrative Offices. Youth have the opportunity to enroll as PCC students and take college courses alongside high school instruction. They have access to tutoring, computer labs, library, among other campus benefits.
Students that come to us are in search of an alternative program with smaller class size and integrated curriculum to earn a high school diploma. Students receive quality instruction in all classes required to complete an Oregon diploma. In order to bridge the gap between high school and post-secondary education, McCoy Academy offers ASPIRE, a state-funded program which provides transition services to Oregon students. Additionally, students are given the opportunity to tour various colleges, universities, and vocational training sites.
Parents/guardians are encouraged to play an active role in their youth’s education at all of our OOI schools. By helping them to attend class regularly, be on time, and make a serious effort to study, parents can help students succeed in their daily work. Encouragement from parents/guardians, advocates, mentors, teachers, and counselors help students overcome many problems they may face.
Parents/guardians are urged to confer with advocates, teachers, or counselors at any time about their student’s progress. In order for the student to enroll, a parent/guardian must attend the enrollment/complete paperwork with their student and attend conferences as necessary.
McCoy Academy primarily enrolls students between the ages of 16 and 20, who live within the boundaries of but are not limited to, Portland Public
School District. To enroll, the student must:
Contact OOI McCoy Academy to set a meeting with an advisor/teacher.
Provide a copy of your transcript before the meeting to better help us with your placement.