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  • Logos is more than a charter school.

    It's a partnership and a community, and our family is grateful for the resource.
    Mary Wallis

  • Best place on the planet

    to work because we have the most fabulous employees on the planet!
    Gina Rashe-Hammon

  • So amazing!

    We love Logos Charter they are so amazing and very helpful.
    Brenda Jane McDonough

  • We love this program!

    Debber Dee Peters

About

About us

Our Purpose

To graduate critical thinkers who can effectively communicate in the 21st century. Logos facilitates a personalized learning program through a collaborative partnership between the student, family, teacher, school, and community.

Our Core Values

Learning – that is personalized

Opportunities – that are capitalized

Goals – that are realized

Organization – that is recognized

Support – that is maximized

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Logos Accreditation Certificate

Business Community Certificate

Supporting the Oregon Business Community

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Logos is an accredited K – 12th grade public school, employing TSPC licensed and registered teachers, sponsored by the Medford School District 549C. We incorporate the concepts of personalized learning, collegiate relationships with parents, education in a “classroom without walls”, and strong community partnerships. We support and guide parents as they homeschool their children. We are a quality school of choice for any student who would benefit from an individualized education. Logos is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. The school’s programs and activities will be free from discrimination based on sex, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, physical or mental disability, or any other unlawful consideration.

Parent Student Handbook

Staff contact:

Sheryl Zimmerer
Executive Director
541-842-3658

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Logos Scholars

Jumpstart Your College Education - FOR FREE!

Attend classes at Rogue Community College and Southern Oregon University as a full-time or part-time college student while earning high school credit.