Accreditation

Accreditation is a continual process of assessment, planning, implementing, monitoring, and reassessment.

Standard 1

Mission, Beliefs and Expectations for Student Learning

Guiding Principle: The school's mission statement describes the essence of what the school as a community of learners is seeking to achieve. The expectations for student learning are based on and drawn from the school's mission statement. These expectations are the fundamental goals by which the school continually assesses the effectiveness of the teaching and learning process. Every component of the school community must focus on enabling all students to achieve the school's expectations for student learning.

BIS Mission Statement & School Profile

BIS History

BIS Incoming Student Flyer

2013 BIS Exhibition Photos

BIS Quick Start

Standard 2

Curriculum

Guiding Principle: The curriculum including coursework, co-curricular activities, and other school-approved educational experiences, is the school's formal plan to fulfill its mission and expectations for student learning. The curriculum links the school's beliefs, its expectations for student learning, and its instructional practices. The strength of that link is dependent upon the commitment and involvement of the professional staff to a comprehensive, ongoing review of the curriculum.

Master Schedule

Course Catalogue & Mini Course Catalogue

College Credits Available to BIS Students

Community Internships:

BIS Teacher Portfolios

Weekly Staff Professional Development

Oregon State Content Standards

Quick Start Guides

Documentation of Technology

Standard 3

Instruction

Guiding Principle: The curriculum including coursework, co-curricular activities, and other school-approved educational experiences, is the school's formal plan to fulfill its mission and expectations for student learning. The curriculum links the school's beliefs, its expectations for student learning, and its instructional practices. The strength of that link is dependent upon the commitment and involvement of the professional staff to a comprehensive, ongoing review of the curriculum.

BIS Teacher Portfolios

Instructional and Project Tuning

Authentic Learning Workout

Completed Student Portfolio & In-Progress Student Portfolio

Quick Start Guides

Teacher Evaluation Plan

Teacher Supervision Schedule

Documentation of Technology (captioned photos)

Standard 4

Assessment

Guiding Principle: Assessment is an integral part of the teaching and learning process. Its purpose is to inform students regarding their learning progress and teachers regarding ways to adjust the curriculum and instruction to respond effectively to the learning needs of students. Further, it communicates to the school community the progress of students in achieving the school's expectations for student earning as well as course-specific learning goals. Assessment results must be continually analyzed to improve curriculum and instruction.

BIS Mentor Program

Exhibition Communique

2012 Exhibition Night Photos

Exhibition Booths

BIS ODE Report Card & Detailed Report Card

JCSD6 Report Card

BIS Annual Measurable Objectives Report

Standard 5

Leadership and Organization

Guiding Principle: The way that a school organizes learning for students, fosters leadership, and engages its members has a profound effect on teaching and learning. The professional culture of the school must be characterized by thoughtful, reflective, and constructive discourse about decision-making and practices that support student learning and well-being.

Enrollment Summary

Master Schedule

IMP Math Program Description

Honors Course Description Exemplars

BIS Incoming Student Flyer

BIS Board Description

Parent Surveys

Staff Meetings

BIS Mentor Program

BISemblies & Student MVPs

Safety Plans

Student Handbook

Standard 6

School Services

Guiding Principle: Student learning and well-being are dependent upon adequate and appropriate support programs and services. The school is responsible for providing an effective range of integrated resources to enhance and improve learning and well-being and to support the school's mission and expectations.

BIS Budget

Community Resources Available to BIS Students

Exemplar Teacher Schedules

Exemplar Student Schedules

Communique: Students, Parents & School Personnel

Description of Guidance Services

Student Extracurricular Opportunities

Student Referral

Library Information Services

Exhibitions

Community Internships

Standard 7

Facilities and Finance

Guiding Principle: The school plant (consisting of site, buildings, equipment, and services) is an important factor in the functioning of the educational program. The school plant serves as a vehicle for the implementation of the school mission. The school plant should provide for a variety of instructional activities and programs and for the health and safety of ALL persons. The school plant should incorporate aesthetic features that contribute to a positive educational atmosphere while providing for needed flexibility. In addition to an appropriate facility, sufficient fiscal resources must be available, accounted for and effectively used in order for any school to accomplish its mission and expectations for student learning.

Campus Map

BIS Beautification Day

BIS Facility Photos

Work Order

BIS Budget

Standard 8

Culture and Continual Improvement

Guiding Principle: A quality school develops and maintains an externally validated process and plan for school improvement. Goals resulting from the evaluation process should include targeted levels of achievement and should be measurable.

School Improvement Plan

Instructional Tuning

State Reading & Math Data

Graduation Data

College Attendance Data