Secondary Options

Promoting Options That Lead To Success

Continuous Student Learning in a Caring, Engaging Environment

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  • 2014 - 2015 School Year Begins!

    September 3rd! The first day of the 2014 - 2015 school year begins today. Just as a reminder, anyone needing to fill out an Inter-District Transfer, please do so right away and get them turned in. Also any students on the Free and Reduced Lunch program attending Sec Ops at New Market Skills Center will receive a boxed lunch that can be picked up in Ms. Halbert's classroom. We are hoping to have the lunches available starting on Thursday.

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  • "SecOps" Field Trip

    On Friday March 7th, Tim Voie's Washington State History class toured the State Capitol. While touring the grounds and buildings, the class had the opportunity to visit with one of our local congressman. State Representative Sam Hunt was happy to have his picture taken with the group of students. From left to right are: Sarah Brule, Representative Sam Hunt, Jasmin Corona, Orianna Clark, Jesse Lovely, and Cassey Shanks.

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  • "BARBIE BUNGEE CHALLENGE"

    Students in Ms. Halbert’s Algebra class worked in teams to solve the problem of calibrating the length of a rubber band bungee so “Barbie” could have a safe Bungee Jumping experience. It didn’t always end well for Barbie, but with some re-calculations to the rubber band bungee, it made her next jumps a successful and fun experience. Thanks Barbie.

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  • OUR NEW MASCOT!

    Options High School Orcas!! Options High School needed a mascot so the 2012/2013 Student Body came together and decided on the Orcas. Jeanette Holocher, our head teacher at Options created the artwork and did a beautiful job. We here at Options High School are proud to display our new mascot - The Options Orca!

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  • WELCOME TO SECONDARY OPTIONS

    Secondary Options is for high school students who are interested in creating a program to fit their particular needs in order to find success. It is also designed to encourage students, who have left school to re-enter high school to earn a diploma. Credit is earned through demonstrated mastery of class assignments using a variety of assessment models, as well as some course work available on an independent basis.

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