Student Resources

  • Welcome to the Student Resouces page!  

    From this page you will be able to find the most recent announcements and links to all the important student resources used within Sam Barlow High School.

Announcements

  • New Student Registration

    A student is considered a new student if he or she was not enrolled in Sam Barlow High School on the last day of prior school year, or the student was enrolled at Gordon Russell, Deep Creek / Damascus or West Orient middle school at the end of 2018-2019 school year and currently lives in SBHS boundaries.

    To enroll a new student for the 2019-2020 school year please fill out a registration packet, obtain a current utility bill, and current immunizations. If you are an incoming 10th -12th grader you will need a copy of your last high school transcript.

    You can drop the packet and needed documentation off at the SBHS temporary office located in the portable behind Springwater Trail High School, 1440 SE Fleming, Gresham, OR between June 17 and August 9. Beginning August 12th, you can drop the packet off in the new Sam Barlow High main office.

    When the counseling secretary returns in August, she will review the documents and call you to make an enrollment appointment (if needed) on the enrollment dates of Aug. 19-21.

    Please contact Kerry Smith starting August 12th at 503 258-4870, or email smith8@gresham.k12.or.us.  Enrollment forms are available at Sam Barlow High School, or on the Sam Barlow High School Counseling webpage.

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  • Summer Office Location is in the Portables at Springwater Trail

    Summer Office Location

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  • Incoming 9th Grade Summer Academy

    Greetings families of incoming 9th graders! Gresham-Barlow School District is pleased to offer a free two-day opportunity for 9th graders to explore their campus, get to know other students and teachers, and learn about everything from credits to classes, athletics to activities. Please see the attached flyer and click the registration link on the rocket ship. If you need assistance, please contact the school where your student will be attending in the fall and let them know you have questions about 9th grade Summer Academy. 

     

    Sam Barlow High School: 503-258-4850

    Springwater Trail High School: 503-261-4600

    Gresham High School: 503-674-5500

    9th Grade Summer Academy Flyer 

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  • Barlow Summer Sports Camps

    Look at Barlow's Athletics Page for information and sign up forms for all of our summer camps.

    Barlow Summer Sports Camps info

    Click here for a PDF of the SBHS Summer Camps 2019 Info

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  • School District to survey families

    Research part of school boundary review process

    Learn more here

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  • Join the conversation!

    Every voice matters at Sam Barlow High School

    Let's Talk!

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  • Pay Fees Online in the Bruin WebStore!Bruin WebStore Graphic

    You may pay athletics fees, activities fees,

    course fees, camp fees, and even purchase items

    or make a donation toward a program online! 

     

    Follow this link: Barlow WebStore

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  • Receive School Reminders/Updates via Text Message!

    Sign up to receive messages from your child's school and GBSD!

    Learn more here

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  • ASPIRE Volunteers

    ASPIRE is a program that connects community volunteers with students to both mentor and assist them in choosing post high school options as well as completing applications for college and scholarships. Our ASPIRE Program has been instrumental in helping students succeed after high school by showing them the various options available to them.  We are looking for more volunteers to become part of the ASPIRE Program and help in our College and Career Center. For more information, view this Video Clip. If you are interested, please contact Patty Neuenschwander in the College and Career Center at 503.258.4890.

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  • Student of the Month

    As part of our student recognition program we send PRIDE Notes (a post card) home to students who have demonstrated Purpose, Respect, Integrity, Determination, and Excellence. Each month we then compile a list of students, by grade level, and generate a ballot for staff to vote both a male and female student to become a Student of the Month. In order to spotlight our best and brightest, students receive a certificate, their picture is hung in a main hall for the month, and they get a PRIDE T-shirt.

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