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Our middle school is a full accredited and meets the requirements by the State of Oregon Department of Education, ASCI and AdvancED.
Along with our normal academics our school provide STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math), Bible, Sports, and Music programs. The students that move through our program are growing intellectually while they develop emotionally, physically and spiritually.
Building Up Success:Through an encouraging and caring staff, it is our goal that each student leaves East Linn with confidence in themself and the knowledge that their relationship with Christ allows them to draw the strength they need to conquer their dreams and God's work.
IEP and other special needs:Parents can make an appointment to discuss any needs their child might have. We do have Student Support Staff at the school to aid students learning and help build their confidence that they can succeed.
Details on Core Classes:
The Importance of Leadership:"Leadership cannot really be taught. It can only be learned." (Tyler Whitney, past ASB President)
These words cannot be truer, especially when it comes to the current generation. So often in the media, we are herded like sheep to do this, buy that, take part in the current hysteria, and at times those messages can cause conflict with our Christian values. Furthermore, this generation has been taught to not 'offend' anyone, not to 'crusade' your beliefs because everyone is entitled to their own opinion, this has left almost an absence of backbone with many students.
At the Middle School level, each grade votes for two class representives. These representives are guided by staff and the high school leadership group with planning and working on school projects and events. If these representatives choose, they can continue with High School leadership class. These programs help students with responsibilities, interacting with others, and they learn from experience how to serve as Christ, express Christ through their actions with confidence, and not to lay down and follow the trends of popular culture, but to face the adversity of secular society and above all, lead others to do the same.