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Front of HS2 and SST
Welcome to Health and Science and SST

An EL Education and PLTW School

Students holding soldering irons, drills and other engineering tools.
We Are Future Engineers and Scientists

HS2 and SST offer college level engineering and science courses with application-based curriculum from Project Lead the Way and AP

Students dressed in medical outfits
We Are Future Health Care Professionals

HS2 and SST offer college level biomedical courses available in our biomedical pathway in collaboration with Project Lead the Way and AP level science classes.

Students sit on a log in the woods
Field Research is Part of Our Curriculum

SST students performing field work and team building at Opal Creek

Student uses Anatomage interactive anatomy table.
Innovation and Discovery with Project Lead The Way

We are equipped with state of the art equipment, from Interactive Anatomy Tables and Motion Capture systems in our Biomedical department to 3D Printers and CNC Routers in our Engineering department, students at HS2 are able to Innovate and Prototype with a greater level of freedom.

Students and staff in %22Three-Legged Race%22
SST Building Community

Every year, SST students and staff begin their year off at the Oregon Coast for a day. 

Two students map out the geometry of a guitar.
High School Applied Engineering

Students in Applied Engineering mapping out the geometry of their guitar to approximate the surface area.

Teacher showing middle school students how to dissect a sheep brain.
Middle School Project Lead The Way

Our Project Lead The Way (PLTW) classes aren't limited to high school. HS2 provides engineering and biomedical PLTW classes for middle school. Here our students are learning how to be medical detectives. 

Student programming LEDs on an circuit board
EL Education Incorporates Expeditions

Students get to learn though public expeditions, by going out into the community to do projects or bringing in the community to see their work, like our 7th grade Planet Earth projects.

Two students arm in arm smiling for the camera
We are Crew, Not Passengers

Strong relationships are a cornerstone of EL Education. 

School Hours: 7:35 a.m. - 2:05 p.m.
Office Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Summer Office Hours: Monday - Thursday - 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
 
Main Office Line: 503.356.3630 • Attendance Line: 503-356-3631

School News & Events

Quick Facts

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Provisional Patents Awarded

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Dual Credit College Classes Offered - Many are free

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of State-of-the-Art MakerSpace and Medical Monitoring Lab

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Languages Spoken

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Available PLTW Pathways:
Computer Science, Biomedical Science and Engineering

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Years of EL Education

World-Class

Competitive Robotics Team

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% of Seniors have completed at least one internship, 

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1st Place Awards in HOSA State Competions