The North Salem High School Course Catalog is designed to assist you in planning your course selections for the 2020-21 school year. Plan your classes for next year accurately and pay close attention to the following procedures:
First, review the required classes that you expect to take.
Next, check the graduation requirements with the copy of your transcript to see if you are on track to graduate.
Next, select classes that support your future education and career goals.
Consult your parents, teachers and counselors—each are a valuable resource to help you in your decision-making.
Go to File Attachments at the bottom of this page and click on the links for student course information.
When enrolling your student to North Salem High School for the first time please have the following information ready during your appointment:
Updated transcript and grades from most recent school
Proof of address: utility, gas, electric, rental agreement.
Legal guardian and student need to be present.
Copy of an Individual Education Plan (IEP) (if you student has one).
Copy of a 504 (medical accommodations, if you student has one).
We do accept walk-in enrollments but it is helpful if you schedule an appointment ahead of time to ensure you get a time to talk with the counselor. Call the North Salem High School Counseling Office at (503) 399-3223 to schedule your appointment.
North Salem High School develops and fosters graduates who are inquisitive and knowledgeable, with skills and understanding to improve our world with compassion and respect for all cultures.
North Salem High School is a caring and diverse community committed to preparing graduates for a successful future by equitably educating, supporting, and inspiring ALL learners.
North Salem High School
Attendance Reporting: 503-399-3298
765 14th Street NE, Salem OR 97301
Office Hours: 8:00am-4:00pm; our offices are closed to the public due to the COVID-19 virus.
Office Phone: 503-399-3241
Office Fax: 503-375-7808
North Salem High School and Salem-Keizer Public Schools promote equal opportunity for all individuals without regard to age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion or creed, sex or gender, sexual orientation, or veteran status. For more information, view Salem-Keizer’s Nondiscrimination / Title IX policy here.