MEDFORD, Ore. — A Southern Oregon public charter school is earning high marks for its teaching methods.
Logos is now an accredited school. That means education experts believe the school is providing a quality education to its students.
The experts visit the school and look at every process and every policy, interviewing teachers, parents and students. Logos administrators say they take an unconventional approach to the public schooling process.
Each lesson is designed for an individual student or a very small group. Logos administrators say they focus on making sure the students know where they’ll go to college, what the student will do in life, and how the student will pay for it all.
“The school is really based on my experience in high school and I’m trying to help people not make the same mistakes I did,” says Administrator Joe Vondoloski
Not all schools in the Rogue Valley are accredited. Most Ivy League universities require its students come from an accredited school.