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Education

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All youth who have not yet completed a GED or high school diploma are required to attend school. Vocational training and work crews are also available to youth on a part-time basis. If students are meeting expectations in the classroom, they have the opportunity to go to work on Thursday and/or Friday and earn elective credit in work experience.

Riverbend High School functions similar to an alternative school with 2 full-time, certified teachers. Although they are attending high school in a closed-custody facility, Riverbend students are held to the same academic requirements as their counterparts in public high school.  

Upon graduation, students can take college courses online via community college or university. Specific courses are also available as dual high school/college credit courses through partnerships with InterMountain Online.

  • ​High school courses
  • GED
  • High school diploma
  • Online college
  • Individualized Education Program (IEP) special education services​​

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  • ​Community Service/Volunteering
  • CPR/First Aid Training Program
  • Culinary Arts
  • Custodial Worker
  • Financial Beginnings (financial literacy lessons)
  • Food Service Worker
  • Laundry Worker
  • Maintenance Crew Worker
  • National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Training
  • Pre-Apprenticeship
  • Wildland Fire Training Program
  • Work Ethic (soft skills)
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  • CPR/First Aid Certification
  • Food Handlers Card
  • National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Training Certification
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Vignettes Certification
  • Wastewater Certification
  • Wildland Fire Certification
  • Work Ethic Certification



Riverbend High School


General phone: 541-663-8801

Principal (off-site)
Larry Glaze

Education Program Manager (on-site)
Erin Creech

Administrative Assistant
Trista Loree
(for questions about scheduling, reporting, transcripts and files)

Mission: Together with OYA staff and stakeholders, Riverbend High School will assist each student in developing the skills needed to become successful, self-sufficient, and forward-thinking citizens who contribute responsibly to their local and global community.

Vision: Provide a rigorous and relevant curricula aligned with state academic and career and technical education standards utilizing instructional methods and practices that promote college- and career-readiness.

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