Arts & Technology High School is a unique, small learning environment for high school students who are motivated to achieve a high school diploma. Our small class size and concentrated course structure allow students to focus on deep learning and receive consistent support from teachers. To be a successful student at ATHS you should be ready to be part of a vibrant community of diverse learners. You'll need to bring your willingness to learn, grow, and receive guidance from teachers and administrators. ATHS students have a voice in school issues and lead service projects for the school. The unique and dynamic course structure at ATHS helps students succeed. Students at ATHS are ready to take responsibility for their learning, to work closely with teachers to be a successful student, to make plans for their post-high school education, and to thrive in a creative atmosphere.
Students can transfer to ATHS at the beginning of the school year and at the beginning of each Quarter.
Quarter 1 -- Beginning of the School Year, Late August
Quarter 2 -- Late October
Quarter 3 -- Late January
Quarter 4 -- Early AprilTransfer Process
1. Contact your school counselor or principal to discuss your interest in transferring.
2. After meeting with your home counselor or principal, contact ATHS to set up an informational interview.
3. ATHS Interim Principal, Becca Shook, will contact you to set up a family meeting to learn more about your student and to answer questions about the school. You will receive an informational application at the family meeting.
Arts & Technology High School is an option high school in the West Linn-Wilsonville School District. The school serves students who live within the WLWV school district boundaries.
ATHS supports differentiated learning and specially designed instruction for students on IEPs who can achieve success in a regular education classroom without support from an adult. If you are on an IEP and you are interested in attending ATHS, please talk to your case manager at your current school as well as your school counselor or principal.
Please contact ATHS at 503-673-7375 if you have any questions about our school.
** Important Note **
Beginning in the 2019-2020 School Year we will decrease the enrollment at ATHS by one grade each year.
New students may still enroll at ATHS, but only in the grades offered that year. THis keeps the current program intact for our students through their graduation.