Getting Started

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We’re Here to Help

We work with you to assess your needs and to develop a plan for high school completion that works for you. The first step is to re-enroll – and we’re here to support you every step of the way!

How to Enroll

Step One

If you’re 21 years old or under, the first step to enrolling in any educational option is to check the district your address is located in.

Map of school districts we cover (also listed on this page)

How To: Click on the “Near Me” location button on the top left of the above link and enter your address. Your school district will display at the top of the resulting pop-up.

Step Two

Next, enroll in the district your address is located in. Even if you don’t want to attend your neighborhood school, you need to be enrolled before you can be reassigned to alternate education options.

If you need help, you can give us a call at 503-389-3398!

There are many pathways to education – best way to explore all your options is to reach out to the team at East County Bridges!

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Educational Options

Comprehensive Public School

Contact us for help reconnecting to your local public school.

Alternative School Options

We understand that neighborhood high schools may not be the right fit for all students. Contact us to explore your alternative high school options.

Home School Program

Learn more about Home Schooling on the MESD website.

GED Programs
Adult High School Diploma

If you are over 19, an adult high school completion program might be a good fit. Reach out to us for help or contact a local program:

East County Bridges

A program of Multnomah Education Service District (MESD)
11611 NE Ainsworth Circle
Portland, OR 97220 | 503-389-3398

East County Bridges prohibits discrimination and harassment on any basis protected by law, including but not limited to race, color, religion, sex, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability or perceived disability, pregnancy, familial status, economic status, veterans’ status, parental or marital status or age.