Welcome to Mt. Scott Learning Center
Our accredited education program is specially designed for middle school and high school students who benefit from a non-traditional learning environment. We provide a safe, nurturing, challenging environment in which most of our students discover for the first time what it means to succeed.Our consolidated grades 6-12 program offers distinct advantages — the building blocks of success:
STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN TEAMBUILDING ACTIVITIES
Mt. Scott junior and senior academy students and staff once again participated in a fun and exhilarating teambuilding activity this fall (October 1 - 2) at Youth With A Mission (YWAM) ropes course in south Salem. The ropes course is a variety of obstacles designed to encourage participants to work together in order to accomplish specific goals.
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MSLC HONORS ITS 2014 GRADUATES
Mt. Scott Learning Center (MSLC) honored another outstanding group of high school graduates on Saturday, June 7, 2014 at the Harrison Park School Auditorium. Thirty MSLC students received diplomas at the annual graduation ceremony, which highlighted the individual and group accomplishments of the senior class...
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SPOTLIGHT SHINES ON MSLC GRADUATES
Mt. Scott Learning Center’s new “Graduate Spotlights” page highlights the stories of various MSLC students that have overcome assorted challenges and obstacles on the path to graduation and post-secondary success. Their stories are inspiring and help explain the value of services provided by MSLC teachers and support staff.
To see these student reflections, please follow this link.
SERVICE LEARNING PROJECTS UNDERWAY
MSLC launched this school year’s monthly service learning program on October 16th with students and staff serving their community at a variety of non-profit organizations and agencies. Among the projects were MSLC teams serving at a preschool for refugee children and at an assisted living senior care facility, cleaning up trash and debris in the Foster-Powell neighborhood, clearing invasive plants at Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, and grocery shopping for elderly and disabled residents.
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