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Clackamas Middle College (CMC) is a four-year high school college transition program enrolling 300 students in grades 9-12. It is accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission. While CMC is sponsored by the North Clackamas School District, some of our students live in neighboring districts. Between 130-170 students are enrolled in our unique College Prep Program which prepares students for college classes. Around 35-50 students begin their transition to college classes in our Pathways to College Program. Over 115 of our students participate in our College Extended Options (CEO) program by enrolling in
community college courses.
The school opened in September, 2003, and to this date, Clackamas Middle College has graduated over 400 students, all of which left us with college transcripts, college credits and college transfer degrees or college certificates.
CMC is designed to give students the opportunity to earn both high school and college credits simultaneously with the goal of earning a high school diploma, a transfer degree, or certificate of completion. Students begin their courses in our College Prep Program on our campus and transition to college classes through our Pathways to College (PTC) and College Extended Options (CEO) Programs at Clackamas Community College. Six on-campus teachers, two counselors, one school-to-careers coordinator, one administrator, and one secretary collaborate extensively with each other and our community college partners to maximize student success. Visiting instructors from Clackamas Community College come to the CMC campus daily and teach classes throughout the year. Other students take their courses exclusively at community colleges through our Pathways to College (PTC) and College Extended Options (CEO) Programs.
Clackamas Middle College offers an integrated, rigorous curriculum through a culture of collaboration with its staff, students, parents and community. We personalize the education of all of our students through individual educational plans and focus on comprehensive school improvement through data-driven systems.
*Clackamas Middle College constantly focuses on curriculum, instruction, assessment and environment to achieve its vision and mission.
CMC students are diverse. Students enrolling in Clackamas Middle College are interested in success beyond high school. There is a personal interest in college or career-related programs while completing high school graduation requirements. Students know that when they leave our school, they will be prepared for post-secondary success.
The North Clackamas School District (NCSD) serves 17,000 students encompassing 40 square miles of territory. There are 18 elementary schools (K-6), three middle schools (7-8), and three high schools (9-12), plus a unique occupational skills center where students from all three high schools assemble for vocational and career education. NCSD has four charter schools— one (grades 1-12) web academy, one elementary/middle (grades k-8) school, and two high schools. Clackamas Middle College (CMC) is one of these charter schools.
We exist to provide innovative, challenging and personalized educational options emphasizing college and career-related opportunities that prepare students socially and academically for life.
Clackamas Middle College is a public charter school approved by the State of Oregon and the North Clackamas School District. CMC opened in the fall of 2003. The school answers a regional need by providing a comprehensive high school for students who are ready for college and career-related opportunities and have not yet graduated from high school. Clackamas Middle College provides students with a blend of strong academic coursework, skills for college success, and beginning college opportunities. It provides courses that meet the North Clackamas School District expectations and standards.