Clackamas Middle College

Principal's Message

May 1, 2017

 

The month of May is an exciting and important month for Clackamas Middle College as we look to wrap up the 2016-2017 school year and prepare for graduation in June.

 

As spring unfolds, we are wrapping up the year with course work, state testing in math, science, English/language arts, and finals in June.  We are also already planning our enrollment process for the 2017-2018 school year. We are a successful school because of the wonderful students who have come through our program. We want to ensure the quality of our system by enrolling fantastic students just like the ones currently enrolled in our program. We are a comprehensive high school that serves students in grades 9-12. Ideally, we would love to enroll as many 9th and 10th graders to fill the void of our graduating seniors; however, all students are welcome. 

 

The homestretch is here for graduating seniors and we are looking to graduate over 100 students in June.  The ceremony will be at 7pm at Rolling Hills Community Church, on Thursday, June 1st.   We are very proud of our graduates and all the work they have put into their education throughout their time at Clackamas Middle College.  This ceremony will be to personally thank them and their supporters over the years.  Graduates and families of graduates, please check the calendar and announcements on our website for important dates.  If you have any question about graduation, please contact Crystal Eschweiler at: escheweilerc@nclack.k12.or.us

 

The month of May is an important one for communication as we look to wrap up another successful school year.  Keep an eye out for important information about our 4th Annual CMC Recognition and Celebration day on Friday, May 26th, along with information about year-end field trip and activities.  Please check the calendar for events and information.  We, at CMC, want to make sure we are providing a quality education and unique opportunities to each student who comes through our school.

 

As we end our 14th year, we have learned a lot and tried to continually improve our educational system to directly benefit our students and families.  Each year we are getting better at preparing our students for college and career programs.  This is evident in the college degrees we award each year along with high school diplomas.  We are encouraged by these improvements throughout our history, and we are continually improving throughout the term of our current charter which runs until 2020. We are committed to be the best middle college in the country and the sky is the limit for our potential. 

 

Thanks, and let’s finish this year strong...

  

… I am College…

 

Respectfully,

 

Brian Sien, Ed.D