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School Profile

Marshfield High School is the largest high school on the Oregon coast with an enrollment of 1,157 students.  We have a long tradition of academic excellence and success in extracurricular activities.  Marshfield alumni include winners of Grammy and Tony awards, Olympians, professional athletes, doctors who have made world wide contributions developing products in the field of medicine and artists with major works throughout the world.


Tenth and Ingersoll, Coos Bay, OR  97420
CEEB # 380195
Phone:  (541)  267-1400
Fax:      (541)  269-0161
Website: 
http://www.marshfield.coos-bay.k12.or.us/default.htm

General Information

Principal:  Greg Mulkey
Counselors:  Wes Ferrin, Doug Miles and Jessica Skinner
Grades:  9-12
Control:  Public
Enrollment Total:  1157
Ninth- 308
Tenth- 298
Eleventh- 276
Twelfth- 255

Telephone:  Main Office (541) 267-1405
Student Services Center:  (541) 267-1402
Student/Counselor Ratio:  386/1
Accreditation:  Northwest Assoc. of Schools and Colleges

Description

 Comprehensive programs for students from community (pop. 15,000) with economy based on lumber, fishing and tourism.

 Curriculum               3 credits = 2 Carnegie Units

Graduation Requirements:
24 Units Including:

English 4
Mathematics 3
  3
Social Studies 2
Science 1
Health 1
Physical Ed  
Speech .33
Career Development .33
Fine/Applied Arts 1
CRLS .67
   

Advanced Placement Courses:

English Lit, Psychology, Biology, US History, Calculus
Chemistry, Human Geography.

Honors classes:  English, Biology

Special Programs:

Accelerated Programs, Articulation with local community college, Independent Study, Cooperative Work Experience, Talented and Gifted (TAG) Program, Alternative High Schools (CE2 & Destinations)

Grading System

Grades are designated by A,B,C,D,F, a grade of P or S indicates passing with credit.  Grades are unweighted.

Class Rank and GPA

Class rank is established by listing student cumulative grade point averages in order from the highest to lowest and linking it with the number of students in the class (example 1/274).  All grades are included in computing the GPA.  The following scale is used: A=4.00 , B=3.00 , C=2.00 , D=1.00 , F-0.

 

 


 

 

Key Phone Numbers

Main Office 541- 267-1405
Attendance 541- 267-1418-19
Athletics 541- 267-1440
Counseling 541- 267-1402
Pirate Hall 541-267-1440

Honors classes are taught in:

Carreer and Tech ED programs include:

Special Programs include:

Advanced Placement courses are offered in the following fields:

Mean Test Scores

Seniors taking SAT:         69
SAT-Verbal:                  492
SAT-Math:                   504
SAT-Writing                  470

Class of 2006 Profile

Number of 2006 graduates:        203

Post Graduate Plans:                
4- year public college - 20%
4- year private college - 10%
2- year college - 50%

Vocational/Tech Inst. - 3%

Employment - 10%

Other - 2%

College-bound students attend out of state - 10%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10th & Ingersoll - Coos Bay, OR 97420
541- 267-1405