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Overview

Blanchet's high school includes approximately 225 students in grades 9 through 12.  High school students have their own cafeteria and locker areas located in the Charles E. Lee Student Center.  High school classes are located throughout the entire Blanchet campus including the main building and Science Wing.

Academics

Blanchet offers small class sizes. Our teacher to student ratio is 17:1.  High school students are required to earn 26 credits for graduation. Included in the list below are all the requirements for a high school diploma for the State of Oregon and, in addition, those specifically relating to the mission of Blanchet Catholic School. 

  • Religion: 4.0 credits
  • Mathematics: 3.0 credits
  • Social Studies: 4.0 credits
  • English: 4.0 credits
  • Science: 3.0 credits
  • Foreign Language: 2.0 credits
  • Health: 1.0 credit
  • Physical Education: 1.0 credit
  • Electives: 1.0 credits
  • Fine, Applied & Performing Arts: 1.0 credit        

Check out Blanchet's course catalog to learn more about our college prep courses and elective opportunities.

Athletics

Blanchet Catholic School  offers students of all ages and abilities the opportunity to compete in athletics.  Our mission is to provide students with an athletic experience that develops life skills by cultivating moral, physical, intellectual and emotional growth. In support of the mission and goals of Blanchet Catholic School, our program strives to enhance the overall learning environment for student-athletes.   

Blanchet currently offers the following sports at the high school level:

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track & Field
  • Volleyball

 

Clubs

Blanchet's clubs have been established to meet the needs of our students.  As we grow, additional clubs or groups can be formed in accordance with Oregon Schools Activities Association guidelines.  A group of students with a similar interest may petition the student government and administration to become a club.  If they meet qualifications and are approved a club may be formed. 

The following clubs are open to high school students:

Fine Arts

Blanchet Catholic School offers several wonderful programs in the fine and performing arts.  Students can enroll in orchestra, choir and choose from a number of visual arts classes, as well as participate in high school drama.  Choir, orchestra and drama performances are held in the school's beautiful Wiegand Arts Center. 

Programs

We at Blanchet Catholic School, working in partnership with parents and families to educate the entire child, commit ourselves to creating a Catholic preparatory academic community dedicated to providing a quality education for the whole person.  We strive to provide opportunities for students to participate in a broad spectrum of co-curricular activities/programs.

Student Life

One of the many benefits of attending Blanchet Catholic School is the ability for students to participate in a number of activities. Students are only limited by their time and interest, and are encouraged to experience Blanchet's many athletic and club offerings. Blanchet's small size allows students to hold leadership positions in several activities.

The high school student council organizes student activities, such as dances and pep assemblies. Annual school traditions, such as Spirit Week and Field Day, unite the campus community.

Twice a month an all-school assembly, called ”Tuesday Time,” is held. The student body gathers in the gym at 8:35 a.m. for announcements, award presentations and student performances.

January 27, 2021