The mission of Two Rivers School is to provide students in the Snoqualmie Valley School District with an individualized education that is rigorous and relevant and prepares students for college, careers, and life in the 21st century.Vision
Two Rivers School will prepare all students for success in college, career, and life and to be compassionate contributors to a local and global community.
Two Rivers School works to meet the needs of its community through a program that emphasizes:
Genuine, collaborative and respectful relationships between staff, students and students and staff
Continuous improvement for students and staff
Authentic, rigorous and relevant teaching and learning
Inquiry, perseverance and risk taking
Responsibility, personal best and participation
Standards based teaching, learning, assessment and evaluation
Two Rivers offers a personal, family-like learning environment where students and their teacher-colleagues work side-by-side to the single goal of empowering the individual student with a meaningful education. High school students are assigned to Personal Pathway classes where teachers work with them as a team. In the Personal Pathway class, faculty review individual student progress regularly. Middle school students work with their teacher in a small environment to make academic progress.
Students work to gain mastery of learning at their own pace. Students graduate when they have completed their course work and can demonstrate mastery of important skills. Individual graduations occur throughout the school year, when each student has met their graduation requirements, a ceremony is held at the end of the school year for all graduates.
Two Rivers is a school of choice. Students give up the broad course offerings and extracurricular activities of a comprehensive school for this more personal, individualized approach. Each student formally "chooses" the school, agrees to work hard each day and support the principles of the school; each parent agrees to actively support the student's serious efforts; and the school pledges an education which will allow students to thrive in a changing world.Entry Requirements: Two Rivers High School enrolls students 8 times each year. All high school students wishing to enroll must complete the Success Strategies class which is offered Monday-Thursday during 7th period. The class is designed to introduce students to the school and promote student success. Middle school students and their parents must meet with the middle school teacher to determine if the placement is appropriate.Who We Serve: Two Rivers High School serves students who reside in the Snoqualmie Valley School District between the ages of 15 and 21 who are seeking a high school diploma. Our program provides a unique structure for students who need a different approach to learning. Our middle school serves students in grade 8 who are looking for a smaller environment in which to prepare for high school.
Calendar: Our school year is divided into eight terms. Students must meet with their advisor each term to assess their progress.
Class Offerings: We offer all courses necessary to complete a 22 credit high school diploma. (24 credits needed for the class of 2019+)
Schedule: Our high school schedule is designed similar to that of a community college. This method allows us to limit our class sizes to 17 students. We offer a schedule where students can take up to eight classes each quarter, with the addition of a Personal Pathway class. As students make academic progress, they may have the option to accelerate their credit acquisition.Graduation Requirements:
As part of the Snoqualmie Valley School District, Two Rivers High School requires students to earn 22 credits (24 credits for 2019+ graduates) in designated areas to reach graduation. All graduation requirements for the Snoqualmie Valley School District can be found on the district website.
Below are student responses to the question:"Why might Two Rivers School be a good choice for some students?"
- Two Rivers would be a good choice for some students that don't like the normal high school environment.
- Two Rivers has small classes and not many students.
- Students have a chance to have more of a supportive relationship with teachers and staff.
- Every student has a reason they're here, so they are more serious and respectful of everyone in school.
- Smaller classes provide teachers with more of an opportunity to assist students individually.
- Students here are kind and friendly, everybody gets along.
- No judgement here, you are welcome just the way you are. -Shelby Irvin
-"Two Rivers School might be a good choice for some students due to it's size. it is a small school. With small classes. Because of these small class size teachers have more time to lend some help if needed. this gives students a great chance to help them work at their own pace." -Joey Pinto & Dylan Cook
-"Two Rivers would be a good choice for some because teachers here provide beneficial options for our future"
-"Two Rivers offers a unique learning style to students. All the students make the choice to be here."