Homeschool Partnership Program

Trinity Lutheran High School (TLHS) offers a Homeschool Partnership Program for students in grades 9-12. Homeschool students who are accepted in this program have the opportunity to take high school courses for credit.

Courses Available 

TLHS offers a block schedule, where students take four classes a day.

Priority scheduling is given to full-time students, and seat availability will determine what courses are available to students in the Homeschool Partnership Program. Students may request enrollment in any course currently being taught at TLHS. 

  • Pre-Cal/Trig

  • AP Calculus

  • Geometry

  • Algebra I

  • Algebra II

  • Anatomy & Physiology

  • Conceptual Physics

  • Biology

  • Spanish I

  • Spanish II

  • Spanish III

  • American Literature

  • Language Arts 10

  • Language Arts 9

  • Old Testament

  • New Testament

  • Marriage & Family

  • Worship Arts

  • World Religions

  • Apologetics

  • Modern US History

  • AP US History

  • Modern World History

  • Economy

  • Government

  • C3

  • Health

  • PE

  • Yearbook

  • Situational Awareness

  • Film as Literature

  • Choir

  • Current Events

  • Stagecraft

  • Digital Arts

  • History of Broadway

“Homeschooling parents don’t have to teach everything their children are learning. They just have to facilitate opportunities so their kids can learn.”~ JEANNE FAULCONER (

Extra-Curricular Participation 

Any student who wishes to participate in athletics, fine arts or other student life activities they will need to contact the school office to discuss eligibility per activity.


Trinity’s competitive athletic teams compete in OSAA 1A-5 Mountain Valley League and offer sports options for both boys and girls. More information on Trinity’s athletic program can be found here:

Opportunities include: (Options may vary slightly year to year)

  • Cross Country (girls & boys)
  • Volleyball (girls)
  • Basketball (girls & boys)

Oregon Solar Car Team

The Oregon Solar Car Team (OSCT) is an experimental project revolving around the design, construction, and management of a fully functioning, fully scaled, solar-powered racing car. The team is entirely made up of high school students and coached by Tom Stueve, a science teacher at Trinity Lutheran High School. More information on the OSCT can be found here:

Performing Arts

Lutheran schools have a rich heritage which focuses on the arts. The fine arts program at Trinity provides a safe, nurturing environment for young, Christian artists to develop their skills and enhance their love of the performing, visual, and digital arts.  More information on Trinity’s performing arts can be found here:

Opportunities include: (Options may vary slightly year to year)

  • Band
  • ​Handbell Ensemble
  • Percussion Ensemble
  • ​Worship Band
  • Concert Choir (Concert Choir is offered as a scheduled class)
  • Spring Musical 
  • Bella Voce (Women’s Choral ensemble)
  • Bella Man (Men’s Choral ensemble)
  • Schedule a campus tour with one of our principals before submitting an application. Tours can be scheduled by contacting the school office at (541) 382-1850. Or HERE
  • Submit Enrollment Application and $50 non-refundable application fee. 
  • Complete entrance testing if enrolling in A.P., Math or Language Arts classes. 
  • Admissions will review the application and contact you once a decision has been reached. 

 Application Fee 

  $50.00   One-time fee

 Enrollment Fee 

  $75.00   One-time fee per year  

 Year Course Fee  

  $1000.00     Per class.*

 Semester Fee

  $500.00   Per class

* A homeschool student may only take a maximum of four (4) classes per academic year and will not be able to earn a diploma or participate in graduation exercises through the Homeschool Partnership Program.

Students who are enrolled in the Homeschooling Partnership Program will have the opportunity to participate in or receive the following benefits: 

  • School Pictures 
  • Student ID
  • Entrance into athletic events
  • Athletics (see above)
  • Performing Arts (see above)
  • TLHS transcript for credits earned
  • Standardized testing (PSAT & SAT)
  • College Prep Counseling

About Trinity Lutheran School: TLS serves students from Preschool-High School and is a nationally accredited, private, Christain educational organization.  Small class sizes are led by experienced, creative and dedicated educators, offering students opportunities to thrive and achieve in a safe and loving environment.  

Why Lutheran? Trinity is a member of the Protestant Christian denomination known as the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. Learn more about the beliefs of the LCMS here: