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K-12 Education in Deschutes

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Retep Molinari



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The Republic of Deschutes takes its education seriously. Every child is guaranteed free education not only from kindergarten through high school, but all the way through college. This system, well funded, staffed, and equipped, is the leading public education systems in the Americas and a major engine of Deschutes's economy.

This entry will focus on the K-12 system.

A major focus of schools in Deschutes is plentiful open space and athletic grounds. This is for three primary reasons:

1. To promote athletics.

2. To support the general happiness of students.

3. To provide a resource to the rest of the community in non-school hours.

This approach is very popular in the heavily-populated cities.


Many elementary schools are quite small and athletically pleasing. They are a real contrast to the modern metropolis around them.


High schools are much larger. With a great and varied curriculum, they are attractive and welcoming places for students.


Many schools are built to look older than they really are; clean and modern, yet quaint.


Thanks for visiting! I have a few updates planned very soon:

- SkyDART expansion

- Survey of college campuses

- Overview of Parks

- Biking in Deschutes

What do you want to see first? Hit me up!

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Some nice looking education layouts. A little smaller than what I'm used to seeing from you, but they look good! I like how they promote physical activity with the nearby fields. :) 4/5, +1.

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Were you thinking of something more like this?


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