Eugene Education Options provides students with alternative pathways to pursue their high school diploma or GED.
ECCO High School is an alternative high school offering a state-accredited diploma through credit recovery opportunities. Its academic programs stress equity, community, and self-advocacy through trauma informed teaching practices. ECCO offers three Career and Technical Education (CTE) pathways: Natural Resource Management, Computer Science and Construction & Engineering. ECCO’s smaller class sizes offer students personalized instruction and a focus on goal setting for post-secondary career and college opportunities.
The GED program, housed in the Lane Community College Downtown Center, is another option for high school completion. Staff provide instructional support with the online curriculum and content needed to earn a GED. Testing takes place off-site and at flexible times during the day. The GED program also stresses equity, community, and self-advocacy through trauma informed teaching practices.