Lane County Behavioral Health (LCBH) has established a phone line (541-520-1547) dedicated to supporting students, families and staff affected by recent student deaths. This line is staffed by LCBH clinical staff who can provide screening, brief intervention, tips for parents and referral for youth. Currently, the line is staffed from 1:00-4:30 M-F
Mrs. Courtney Madsen - Counselor ext. 1292
Mrs. Brandy Moore - Registrar ext. 1221
Phone: 541 / 998-5955, Fax: 541 / 998-3301
After Hours: Call the main JCHS number, 998-2343 and enter our extensions to leave voice mail.
The State of Oregon and Junction City School District High School graduation requirements are based on credits.
Credits: A total of 26 credits must be earned to graduate with a standard Junction City High School diploma. Students may also graduate with a State of Oregon diploma at 24 credits.
Smarter Balance occurs in the spring of each year. Students must pass state assessments in reading, math, and writing or meet an alternate standard of proficiency to graduate. State testing provides essential skill completion, merit scholarship awards, and provides insight into how a student is doing academically. If a student waives their test, they still must pass state assessments in reading, writing, and math or meet an alternate standard of proficiency to graduate.
Graduating with Honors:
Schedule changes will be made during the first three days of a trimester by making an appointment with grade level counselors. Schedule changes are on a limited basis (only to fill a missing class or if a student did not receive a class they needed for graduation) as students are scheduled according to what they forecasted for in the spring. Schedule changes will not be made after the first week. If there are questions regarding schedule changes or the schedule change process, students should access their grade level counselors.