The Columbia Basin Student Homebuilder Program is a unique Career and Technical Education opportunity offered by the Hermiston School District for students to participate in the design, construction, and sale of a local residential home.
Working shoulder-to-shoulder with skilled architects and engineers in the NEOHBA, students research and design the home to be built. They are then involved in every aspect of the construction phase. The proceeds from the sale of each home are used to fund the next project with a goal of producing a high quality home approximately every year.
Registration for 2017 Spring and Summer sessions of Driver's Education open January 9, 2017. This is a first-come-first-served program and cannot exceed 72 students.
To register, please Fill out this form and email the following information to email@example.com:
Student's Full Name
Driver Permit Number
Date of Birth
Which session you would like to attend
A parent meeting will be held at a time still to be decided. Check back soon!
For more information, view our informational brochure or email Steve Anderson.
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College Credit in the High School
Earning college credit while in high school is a real possibility. We offer several ways to attain college credit while attending Hermiston High School:
Today, the cost of attending college is rising, and you might think of it as unattainable. While the costs keep rising, the demand for a college education in the workplace continues to grow. Financial Aid works to help supplement the rising costs of tuition, but it is not enough.
Research shows that if you have a college savings you are four times more likely to go to college. With the help of the MESA Program and your own savings the cost of tuition and fees can be supplemented.