For Parents

Wind River Middle School & Stevenson High School are housed on the same secondary campus.  They serve just over 400 youth from Skamania County.  Stevenson High School has been in operation since the early 1900s and was first accredited in 1929, which it still holds through AdvancEd, an organization which accredits schools world-wide.

SHS Class of 2018

Our Vision is:
Students will thrive in an environment where staff, parents, and community partner to nurture a passion for lifelong learning. Through these relationships, students will grow academically and experience success in school and beyond.

We strive to meet this vision by:

  • Employing teachers and staff who meet Highly Qualified standards and participate in regular staff development and training to support all students in learning.Three students working collaboratively to solve math problems.
  • Creating a positive school culture through student leadershipopportunities, ADVO, athletics, clubs, activities, and events, social skill development, community connections and special programs.
  • Providing students with a variety of challenging and supported ways to prepare for College and Career including Running Start, Advanced Placement, Career and Technical Education, blended online learning courses, and community enrichment
  • Using Research Based Programs such as AVID, Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS), ENVoY classroom strategies, and Advocacy.

Two middle school students learning to determine mass by using a triple beam balance.

  • Providing students with specialized supports when needed such as special education services, English Language Learner services, credit recovery and summer school, middle school English and Math support classes, Wednesday after school tutoring, school guidance counseling, Drug and Alcohol Prevention Specialist, Community Resource Officer/Liaison in partnership with One Prevention Alliance, and Community Public Health counseling on campus.
  • Partnering with families and community to strengthen our school andStudents kayaking on the Columbia River as part of the Lewis and Clark class. support our students.  There are many ways people can volunteer and support our students from mentoring, guest speaking in a class, supporting us in developing community based projects, becoming a member of our Parent Advisory Counsel, or participating in special events.  For more information on how you can become involved, please call the school office and ask for the Family and Community Engagement Coordinator.
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