All students graduate and are prepared for a successful life.
We are committed to meeting the diverse needs of all members of our community, seeing and valuing the ideals, hopes, and dreams of our students, while maximizing access to all social and school opportunities, and creating a culture and community that enables individual students to find academic and personal success.
Salem is the capital city of Oregon and the third largest city in the state, with a population of over 175,000. Salem is situated in the center of the Willamette Valley, one of the most fertile and agriculturally productive regions in the nation. It is located 47 miles south of Portland and 64 miles north of Eugene.
We believe partnerships with our parents, guardians and community will create a
better learning environment for our students. We offer many opportunities throughout the year to engage our families with their child’s education. FAFSA Night, Parent-Teacher Conferences, Curriculum Night, NCAA Informational Meetings and Booster Club opportunities are just a few of the ways we partner with our parents and guardians. We believe strong two-way communication will support each and every student at Sprague. Parents and guardians are encouraged to maintain strong lines of communication with their child’s teachers.
The school is named after Charles A. Sprague, who served as Oregon’s governor from 1939 to 1943. Sprague High School opened its doors in 1972.
Sprague is one of six high schools in the Salem-Keizer School District. Sprague currently has a student population of approximately 1,500+ students.
Sprague HS has been educating Salem students for over 50 years and is accredited by the Northwest Association of Colleges, Universities and High Schools. It is a four-year high school.
The staff consists of one principal, three assistant principals, 5 counselors/psychologists, an activities director, an athletics director, about 60 teachers, and approximately 20 educational assistants.
Data from Oregon Department of Education’s 2020-21 At-A-Glance School Profile for Sprague High School.
The Sprague Olympians compete in 19 different OSAA sports: Boys & Girls Cross Country, Football, Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Volleyball, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Boys & Girls Swimming, Wrestling, Baseball, Boys & Girls Golf, Softball, Boys Tennis, Girls Tennis, and Boys & Girls Track & Field.
Sprague offers 7 OSAA-sanctioned activities: Band, Cheer, Choir, Dance & Drill, Orchestra & Full Orchestra, and Speech & Debate.
Sprague also offers an award-winning Drama program as well as 24 school sponsored clubs.