About

Our Vision

To develop students who hold the power to create opportunities for themselves and others.


Our Mission

Together we will build a safe environment to support and engage future-ready students who value differences and face challenges with empathy, respect, and resilience.


College Level Courses

College level courses offered on site, in collaboration with Oregon Coast Community College:

  • Writing 121, 122
  • English 104 (AP Literature)
  • Math 111, 112
  • Math 243, 244 (Statistics) – offered every other year
  • Math 251, 252 (Calculus) – offered every other year
  • 19th and 20th Century World History

Advanced Placement courses include:

  • AP Language & Composition
  • AP Literature
  • AP Calculus

Career Technical Education (CTE) Programs

  • Forestry and Forest Products (Natural Resources)
  • Visual Design and Communication

About Waldport

Waldport School aerial viewThe first settlers on the peninsula floated down the Alsea River in the late 1870s and named Waldport. The name stems from the German word “wald” for forest and “port” for the location. In October of 1879, David and Orlena Ruble laid out the City of Waldport, using the nighttime stars as their survey guide. The city was chartered in 1890 and incorporated in 1911. The town site is an old Indian burial ground. A point south of town bears the name of Chief Yaquina John, one of the last of the Alsi tribe members. (2015, December 13). Retrieved from http://www.waldport.org/AboutWaldport.php

Today, Waldport is a city in Lincoln County and the high school, established in 1903, serves a community population of approximately 2,217 from Yachats to South Beach. The WHS student population is approximately 190 students in grades 9-12. We are the Fightin’ Irish with kelly green, white and black as our school colors. Waldport High School is known for its individualized attention to students, with an emphasis on science, technology and the arts. The new high school was built in 2013. Currently, the Waldport campus houses K-12 with a west campus building for Oregon Coast Community College. The elementary school, Crestview Heights, is K-6. Waldport Middle and High School is a 7-12 building with approximately 300 students.