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1900 North Keene Way Drive
Medford, OR 97504
Phone: (541) 842-3670
Fax: (541) 842-5206
Contact: Dan Smith, Principal
Hours: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm


What do I need to do grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 to prepare for college?

National Association of College Admissions Counseling:

This is a great site with detailed information about what students should do year by year, month by month, to prepare for college.

What tests do I need to take to get into college?

SAT/ACT/AP Test Information:

It is generally recommended students take the PSAT grades 10 and 11, the SAT spring of grade 11 and fall of grade 12, and the ACT at least once fall of grade 12, but perhaps spring of grade 11 as well. In addition, students may wish to take SAT subject tests. is a free online SAT/ACT/GRE practice site. Sign up individually with your own portfolio. Take practice tests and get instant feedback about right and wrong answers. Free
March 2 Success provides FREE educational materials to help students.  Provided materials help prepare students for college with SAT/ACT practice tests and a series of videos to simplify the admissions and financial aid process.

We provide students with customized lesson plans designed to help them focus on areas of need, allowing them to skip through what they already know. These programs can help students with their grades, passing state required exams or as a refresher for students who have been away from school for a while.

Web-based SAT and ACT Prep for Students -

The SAT Advantage class includes 18 hours of instruction for the SAT. The class will cover all strategies for the critical reading, math and writing portions of the test. This class is ideal for students looking for a solid foundation in all areas of the SAT.

This class also includes:

• Three-month access to Method Test Prep’s acclaimed web-based course with 2 full-length practice tests
• Access to recordings of our popular SAT mini-series classes
• Five additional practice tests

Cost: $399
The College Board site has previous years’ AP questions and answers available online, free for students to work though as test preparation. 

Can I take classes while in high school for which I may earn college credit? 

Yes! NMHS provides more than 40 courses on campus for which students may earn college credit. Qualifying juniors and seniors may also take 100 and 200 level courses at SOU or RCC for which they may earn college credit. College credit is free or at significantly reduced cost, depending on course and corresponding college-credit program.

Click College Credit Now!  For more NMHS information about college credit courses and programs.




549C Medford School District  

Medford School District 549C Mission Statement
We are a high quality teaching and learning organization dedicated to preparing all students to graduate
with a sound educational foundation, ready to succeed in post-secondary education, and to be contributing community members.

Medford Public Schools 549C recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals and groups and their roles in society and our community.
It is the policy of the Medford School Board that there will be no discrimination or harassment of individuals or groups on the grounds of age, color, creed, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation in any educational programs, activities or employment.
For District Federal Title Program compliance, please contact the Office of Federal Programs: (541) 842-3633
For District Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act compliance, please contact the Office of Special Education & Student Services: (541) 842-3628
For District American Disabilities Act compliance, please contact the Office of Human Resources: (541) 842-3625