Early College and Career Options High School (ECCO)


ECCO High School   collaboration

Attention Incoming ECCO Students!

Trimester I – Fall Enrollment 2015

Who:    Students invited to attend ECCO High School

What:   Enrollment for Fall Cohort

When:  Wednesday, August 26th, 10:00 AM

If you are unable to attend, please contact the main office by calling, 541-463-3930.

Where: Lane Community College Main Campus,  Building #10,  ECCO High School Office- Room 209
(Driving directions: East 30th Ave. to  Elden Schafer Dr. to parking lot M, walk down outdoor stairs and look up! )

Why:    Earn access to 36-credit (one year) sponsorship to Lane Community College*

* For students who complete all ECCO Cohort and Core requirements

See below for Proof of Residency Requirements:



Early College and Career Options  (ECCO) High School, located on the Lane Community College campus, is a state accredited school that provides a personalized instruction experience. Students are encouraged to set goals and plan for life beyond high school.  Class sizes are small and credit is accelerated, helping students who have dropped out or who have not experienced success in traditional programs.Admission to ECCO requires a referral from a student’s 4j high school.

Once the referral is made students interview with ECCO staff to determine readiness for the program. Once accepted, students become part of a cohort that stays together twelve weeks. The twelve-week cohort allows students to learn and demonstrate specific measurable , attainable and realistic skills that will help them to be successful in ECCO’s Core High School program

ECCO’s school-to-work and school-to-college transition provides students with the opportunity to explore Career Technical Education or attend Lane Community College while they earn high school credit.  Our academic programs stress community, personal growth and social success in addition to academic achievement. If you are interested in an alternative education placement, please contact your Vice Principal. Students from across the 4j district are welcome.