Welcome to Mt. Scott Learning Center
Our accredited education program is specially designed for 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 grades 9-12 program offers distinct advantages — the building blocks of success:
“FACES OF MT. SCOTT” VIDEO SERIES
Mt. Scott Learning Center has launched a series of videos entitled “Faces of Mt. Scott.” The short videos spotlight a day in the life of the amazing people – students, staff and volunteers – that make up the Mt. Scott community.
To see and hear their inspiring stories, please follow this link.
A ONE-TAKE VIDEO TOUR OF MT. SCOTT
Here’s a nice one-take video look at Mt. Scott Learning Center, shot during the school's first lunch period one day last month.
This quick tour of Mt. Scott serves as an introduction to a series of upcoming videos highlighting our school’s four core values: Healthy, Citizens, Prepared and Scholars.
Thank you Shiner Pacific Films for capturing such a creative and comprehensive glimpse into Mt. Scott Learning Center! Click here to view the video.
STUDENT WRITERS SHINE IN PLAYWRITE PARTNERSHIP
Mt. Scott Learning Center's partnership with PlayWrite, Inc. kicked off its 12th season this fall with a successful workshop culminating in a final performance December 13th at the Ellyn Bye Studio Theater at Portland Center Stage.
The workshop teamed eight Mt. Scott students with PlayWrite coaches in a carefully structured two-week residency where students met both individually and in groups. The 2 ½ hour daily exercises utilized the tools, expertise and guidance of the PlayWrite coaches, while sparking the creativity and emotional depth of each student.
For the complete story, please follow this link.
STUDENTS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF STUDY ABROAD OPTION
Mt. Scott Learning Center students continue to take advantage of exciting opportunities to travel and study abroad through the Carpe Mundi program.
Meno Vongdara (right), a 2015 Mt. Scott graduate, will leave next month for a three-month semester program in Ecuador and Peru. Meno will be one of 10 students representing Carpe Mundi’s Ganesha Cohort (far right) and will combine cross-cultural exploration with Spanish language study, outdoor adventure and service learning – all while earning college credit through Portland State University.
“Mt. Scott helped me turn things around and graduate and prepare for life after high school," says Meno. "It provided me with opportunities like this (Carpe Mundi) to continue growing and challenging myself – and succeeding.”