Schools & Programs

We prepare students for a successful future. From the earliest learners to students who are preparing for college and beyond, our staff is committed to help students feel known, valued, and inspired to perform at their highest potential.

Get Started in Corvallis Schools

Our safe and welcoming school communities provide a learning environment designed to support all kids. School boundary maps are available to help you determine your neighborhood schools. While we encourage attendance at your neighborhood school, we honor school choice and allows transfer requests during the enrollment transfer window in March. According to a recent demographic study, nearly 30% of Corvallis students are enrolled in a school other than their neighborhood boundary school. Transfer requests are managed on a lottery basis and limited in schools that are near or at capacity.

High School Schedules

The school day for high school starts at 8:00 a.m. every day. All class periods are 90 minutes, Monday through Friday. The high school class schedule follows an ODD/EVEN calendar Monday through Thursday. The primary goal of establishing the ODD/EVEN Friday schedule is to keep the total number of class periods the same and ‘back to back’ throughout the semester.

  • ODD days include periods 1, 3, 5, 7 with a 3:05 p.m. dismissal time.
  • EVEN days include periods 2, 4, 6, and AO/Mentoring with a 2:25 p.m. dismissal time.
  • When Friday is an EVEN day, there is no AO/Mentoring and dismissal will be at 1:25 p.m.

For the 2017-18 school year there are six ALL days- where students attend all classes in one day and the release time is 3:05 pm. The scheduled ALL days are as follows: September 6 (the first day of school), October 25, (the day before first semester grading/conferences), December 21, (the last day before Winter Break), February 5, (the first day of second semester), and June 8. The last day of school (June 15) is also an ALL day and will follow an early release schedule. ALL days include a minimum of fifteen minute passing periods to allow students to travel between schools for combined classes.