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





 COLLEGE CREDIT NOW!

North Medford High School offers more than 40 courses for which students may receive college credit through several college-credit programs. Take a look at the list of courses and program designation for each, along with the description for each program that follows:  
 

Course Name Course Designation College Credit Hours
AP Art History AP AP  Varies
AP Biology AP AP Varies
AP Calculus AB AP or SOU ASC AP Varies /SOU 8
AP Calculus BC AP or SOU ASC AP Varies /SOU 4
AP Chemistry AP AP Varies
AP Economics AP AP Varies
AP European History AP or SOU ASC AP Varies /SOU 8
AP Government AP or SOU ASC AP Varies/SOU 8
AP Human Geography AP AP Varies
AP Language & Composition AP AP Varies
AP Literature & Composition AP or SOU ASC AP Varies /SOU 8
AP Physics AP AP Varies
AP Psychology AP or SOU ASC AP Varies /SOU 8
AP Statistics AP or SOU ASC AP Varies /SOU 8
AP Studio Art AP AP Varies
AP U.S. History AP or SOU ASC AP Varies /SOU 8
AP World History AP or SOU ASC AP Varies /SOU 8
Anatomy & Physiology SOU ASC SOU 8
Architectural Design 2 RCC College Now RCC 3-6
Architectural Design Advanced RCC College Now RCC 3-6
Astronomy SOU ASC AP Varies /SOU 8
Auto Service 2 RCC College Now RCC 3-6
Auto Service Advanced RCC College Now RCC 4
CDC Assistant 1 RCC College Now RCC 1
CDC Assistant 2 RCC College Now RCC 2
CDC Tech RCC College Now RCC 3
CDC Practicum RCC College  Now RCC 1-2
Child Development II RCC College Now RCC  3
Child Development III RCC College Now RCC 3
Culinary Arts 2 (combo w/Culinary Arts 1) Lane Community College LCC 3
Culinary Arts 3 /Culinary Arts Advanced Lane Community College LCC 3-6
Economics RCC College Now RCC 3
Industrial Design 1 RCC College Now RCC 3
Industrial Design 2 RCC College Now RCC 3
Industrial Design Advanced RCC College Now RCC 3
Marketing RCC College Now RCC 3
Marketing Advanced RCC College Now RCC 3
Metals 1 RCC College Now Varies
Metals 2 RCC College Now Varies
Pre-Calculus (Honors or Regular) RCC College Now or SOU ASC RCC 4-8 /SOU 8
Advanced World Language( s) SOU FLPP SOU 8-20
Woodworking 1 RCC College Now RCC 3-6
Woodworking 2 RCC College Now RCC 3-6
Woodworking Advanced RCC College Now RCC 3-6
Zoology SOU ASC SOU 8
 

ADVANCED PLACEMENT

COST: $89 per exam. Payment submitted to NMHS March of exam year.

NOTE: Classes at NMHS, taught by NMHS instructors. A score of 3-5 on AP exam is considered “passing.” College credit received depends upon AP exam score and individual college requirements. Grades on NMHS transcript.

SOU ADVANCED SOUTHERN CREDIT (SOU ASC)

COST: $41 per credit. Registration form and payment submitted to SOU winter and spring terms. Visit www.sou.edu/youth for more information.

NOTE: Classes at NMHS, taught by NMHS instructors. Must earn A or B grade to receive college credit. Grades on NMHS and SOU transcripts.

SOU FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY PROGRAM (SOU FLPP)

COST: $25 application; $134 Oral Proficiency Interview; $300 registration, written exam and payment for credits.

NOTE: Classes taught at NMHS by NMHS instructors. Level four world language students have the opportunity to take the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) and written exam by which they may earn 8-20 college credits at SOU depending upon score. Grades on SOU transcript and may or may not be on NMHS transcript.

SOU EARLY ENTRY (SOU EE)

COST: $71 per credit. Additional special class fees and/or technology fees may apply. Payment submitted to SOU.  Visit www.sou.edu/youth for more information.

NOTE: Classes at SOU, taught by SOU instructors. Counselor approval required (signature on registration form). No on-line registration; must submit hard copy of application to SOU. Must meet any other SOU registration requirements. Must provide own transportation. Grades on SOU transcript and may or may not be on NMHS transcript.

RCC COLLEGE NOW

COST: FREE

NOTE: Classes at NMHS, taught by NMHS instructors. Teachers submit names of students to RCC who successfully complete class with A or B grade. Grades on NMHS and RCC transcript.

RCC UNDERAGE (RCC U)

COST: $91.00 per credit. Additional special class fees and/or technology fees may apply. Payment submitted to RCC.

NOTE: Classes at RCC, taught by RCC instructors. Counselor/Principal approval required (signatures on “Principal’s Approval” form). Must make appointment for placement test and meet with Underage Advisor. Must provide own transportation. Grades on RCC transcript and may or may not be on NMHS transcript.

EXPANDED OPTIONS (Exp Ops)

COST: “There will be little or no net cost to [students] for successful participation in the Expanded Options Program.” Eligible expenses are either paid by NMHS or reimbursed to student upon successful course completion.

NOTE: For juniors and seniors only, or be at least 16 years old. Must meet SOU EE requirements. Courses may not duplicate NMHS courses. Grades on SOU or RCC transcript and may or may not be on NMHS transcript. Must have application and educational plan submitted by May of year prior to participation.

CLEP 
https://clep.collegeboard.org

COST: $80.00 plus administrative fee (differs for each test site)

NOTE: The College- Level Examination Program College ® helps you recieve college credit for what you already know, for a fration of the cost of a college course. Developed by the College Board, CLEP is the most widely accepted credit- by- examination program, available at more than 2,900 colleges AND universities. Pass any of the 33 CLEP exams and achieve your college and career goals. YOU MUST CHECK WITH THE COLLEGE OF YOUR CHOICE TO SEE IF AND WHICH TESTS THEY OFFER CREDIT FOR.
 




 



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
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For District American Disabilities Act compliance, please contact the Office of Human Resources: (541) 842-3625