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Blachly, OR

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20264 Blachly Grange Rd
Blachly, OR 97412

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November 24, 2014
There are several things I really like about Triangle Lake Charter School. First, it is a small school in a rural setting. It has family values and the atmosphere is very collegial and friendly. Second, the staff, both the administrative and teaching staffs, are truly warm and friendly. They seem to generally care about the educational progress of their students. Third, because of the small size of the student body, it is possible to come to know nearly all the students quickly. The same thing is true of the administrative staff and faculty. The only draw back is that due to its small size, the curriculum is limited in choices but it appears that every effort is made to make the course offerings as broad as possible.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2012
All four of my children transferred to T-Lake from our local district. We could not be happier! The teachers are top-notch and the kids all get the attention they need to succeed. The people in the community are warm and welcoming and the parents feel very welcome to be involved at the school. T-Lake is a place where the staff is always thinking about how they can make it even better and sometimes they don't realize the gem they already are!

- submitted by a parent
May 02, 2012
Triangle Lake Charter is nestled in the coastal mountain range of Lane County. The administration, school board, charter board and staff are the most dedicated group of people you could find anywhere. The students receive maximum educational assistance, personal encouragement and guidance. Parents are welcome to be a part of the educational process for their student.

- submitted by a teacher
April 30, 2012
The teachers are able to give personal attention to each student! The only thing I could see that could use some improvement is communications. Other than that, my son's learning has improved dramatically since we transferred him here from the local public school.

- submitted by a parent
April 28, 2012
My child has been attending T Lake for 2 years now. We quit our public school because of bullying....Or rather, the schools lack of concern and action toward bullying. We've had a few run-ins with bullying here at T Lake, it's going to happen anywhere. The difference is, one phone call is all it takes and immediate action is taken. In our experience, It was made clear to the students what behavior is inacceptable and then the kids were guided in resolving their "problem". Other than that, it's a completely different experience than the 2 other pub. schools we've attended. Those schools made us feel like we had no rights as parents. T-Lake feels more like a partnership...They are our children, after all. ALL of the staff is friendly and behave in a manner that says "We want your family to be happy with our school". Also, since the school puts such an emphasis on respecting others it's been much easier for our child to pay attention in class and we have seen a huge improvement in all subjects, test scores, and report cards.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2012
Our three children attend Triangle Lake and we have great confidence in the teaching and administrative staff.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2012
My 2 children have only been going to this school for about a month now but we all love it very much. The teachers and staff are all so friendly and everyone at the school welcomed my boys when they first arrived. Both of my boys say they love their teachers and students and are glad to be going to this school. Keep up the good work!

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2012
Excellent in every way. My daughter is learning a lot every year. I would recommend this school to a friend.

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2012
We have 4 children that attend this school. Our oldest graduates this year. Over the years we have had a positive experience. I.E.P program has been great. Some teachers that keep me updated via e-mail, which is great.. I know right away how my kids are doing. Teachers and administration are genuinely caring of our kids. When needed, it is easy to connect with administration and/or teacher. With so many schools going without, I am pleased to see that we still have a small music program. For one of my kids, this made all the difference...it made EVERYTHING better. T.Lake is very sports oriented, and has tremendous support there. For my sports oriented kids, T.Lake has it all. For my Art-gifted kid , there is room for improvement. Would love to see a real Arts Program and a real TAG program at this school, with the same level of support as the Athletic Program. T-Lake offers Outdoor school too...my kids love it! They learned many useful life-skills. Would love to see Home ec/sustainability here in the future. This year there is a new principal, and we are pleased to hear that he connects with students and staff regularly if not daily. My kids say he is awesome!

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2012
My children have excelled since they started attending Triangle Lake School. My husband and I both enjoy volunteering and we feel very blessed to have this school in our lives.

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2012
This school is so refreshing after having my daughter attend K to 5 at a city school. Staff and students here are very positive and supportive. It has really brought the best out in her. -- P.R.

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2012
Our children have attended Triangle Lake Charter School for the past 2 years and not only have they done very well academically, they have thrived socially and in personal growth. I love the welcomed opportunities to volunteer in their classrooms and how easy (and encouraged!) it is to stay so proactive in their educations at this school.

- submitted by a parent
February 09, 2012
Triangle Lake has an amazing staff of committed professionals. They take pride in knowing each student individually and meeting each at his/her point of need. It's no wonder their test scores are "outstanding"!

- submitted by a parent
February 09, 2012
I have been going to Triangle Lake Charter School for 2 years and I have enjoyed every little bit of it. I am a Freshmen this year and I just love how every body knows every body and how everyone just tends to get along, Im not saying that we are a perfect school, but, I am saying that I love it here and would not choose to go anywere else untill I graduate. In these last 2 years, I know for a fact that, I have made some life long friends and I know that I will be treated with respect wether the students like me or not. I enjoy all of the teachers and i enjoy our little classes when it comes down to I guess im just saying that people have just excepted me as I am. ~Bailee~

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have gone to this school for 11 years and I would never consider going anywhere else. The sports program is amazing, we have done very well in the past years, and virtually everyone here plays some sort of sport. The other great thing about this place is that the teachers are here to help you before, and long after school-so there should be no reason that any person will be unable to play sports because of grades. This school is a great place and I hope that you will like it too.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
So I'm new at Triangle Lake and I can say it's a big change from my last school. There's no uniforms, doing push-up's when you get into trouble, and the teachers here are really nice and they try to help the kids in anyway they can. My personal thought on this school is- I like it but it's not for me. I don't fit in here at all. The school has a country background. Most of the kids here are country kids, which is cool don't get me wrong, but I'm more of an outcast in this school. I really miss my old school. I guess this school is meant for some kids, but other kids just don't fit in what so ever. Most of the kids here are really nice, and all their personalities are different. Everybody knows everybody, and if you're into the small schools then this school is deffinetly for you, cause it's small, peaceful, and a very nice school.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
This school is awesome, everybody knows everybody, it's like one big family. The academics are challenging but not too hard and there is a huge amount of support when it comes to homework or a student not understanding the lesson. The teachers are great and really connect with the students whenever possible. The food isn't the best but we do get fresh fruits and vegetables every day so it makes up for the difference. The principal is very nice but also stern when needed to be. I think this school has many great qualities and the community involvement is amazing. They may not have the newest technology but there's something this school has that others won't, community.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have been a student at triangle lake for many years now. The staff works impeccably hard to meet their students needs. There is also a great sports selection where no student gets turned down from playing. It is a very friendly environment and community.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I go to Triangle Lake Charter School, have been for two years now. And I love it: The teachers are really nice, other students are quite nice as well. It is just an over all great atmosphere to be around. In most schools you lucky to get five minutes with a teacher if you need help. But here the teachers are willing to give you all the time you need to get help. I personally don't mind that the school has about two-hundred kids in it and it's K-12. I like the smaller classes, because then you get more hands on learning.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
Even though I have only been a student here two years, i think that triangle lake is one of the best schools i have went to. I like going here because everybody knows everybody. the sports are great here. All the teachers are really good and nice. The school is in a very good location if you like the wildlife, because you can just look out the window and you might get lucky and see a big ol' buck across the football field.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I am a student at Triangle Lake and currently in the ninth grade. I have been attending this school since the second grade. Triangle Lake is a very small school for being K-12 -- basically everyone knows everyone, this can be good and bad -- with only about 200 kids after going charter. This school has many things to offer such as great staff members, many of which live in the community or actually attended Triangle Lake. The staff really strives to help each individual student, and you recieve all the help you need. The work given by teachers is sometimes challenging but isn't impossible. Another awesome thing about T-Lake is that there are different sports available to any high school/middle school student. In the fall there is volleyball and football, winter there is basketball and wrestling, and in the spring track and field. The great thing about the sports program is that there are no tryouts, if you want to play you may. The Triangle Lake Booster Club is also very generous! Those are just a few of the things this school has to offer. - Krissy

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
Triangle Lake Charter School is a place where I can feel free to be myself and not be judged. Although I have been around this school ever since I was in Kindergarten and don' t know anything else I still consider my school except able. The staff are willing to help whenever they are need and can work individually with you to help you better understand. This is why we have terrific test scores.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have just recently became a Laker! I came from a very big school- nothing was personal. When I came to Triangle Lake, I felt welcomed and helped. You get a "hi" on every corner, help from any teacher if you ask, and it is set in a great community. Of course there are some not "up to potiential" kids, but you will find that every where you go. I enjoy going to this school and I am thrilled to be blessed to go here. Sincerly, Amanda Isherwood (high school senior)

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have attended Triangle Lake Chart School all of my life. I really enjoy the school because of how close the community is. I have never experianced a different school, so I don't know what other schools are like. Also, the teachers are very helpful and caring. They will help you with any subject, all you have to do is ask. There is also a good sports program, not excluding anyone based on their skill level. Anyone can participate in a club, and everyone can fit in somewhere.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have been at Triangle Lake School since kindergarten, I grew up here and it has been my home. The nice thing about Triangle Lake School is (or was) the personal, almost family-like atmosphere. When you grow up with your classmates all the way from kindergarten to High school you really get to know them and trust them. The only bad thing is, with all the new kids from our school going charter, its not quite like it always was. I still love my school and that includes the new people, but it;s just not quite the same.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have been attending Triangle lake since I was in kindergarten. Thirteen years later, now that I'm a senior, I realize that I wouldn't want to go anywhere else. I am in a class where the majority of us went to kindergarten together and we are a close knit group even still. This is my home. I'm the fourth generation of my family to graduate from this school and my ancestors were some of the first people to settle the valley that we live in. It gives me great pride to be part of a tradition of excellence and a heritage that I hope to continue with my children. Jacob Thiessen

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I've attended Triangle Lake Charter School for thirteen years, and I love my school. Triangle Lake is a small town, and everybody knows your name, which is great because you have support no matter what, they aren't just your community - they're like family. The class sizes are still small, despite going charter two years ago, and teachers are willing to help you if you have questions about homework, or just need help for any reason. Sports are another important thing at our school, almost everyone participates in something, but if you don't that's okay too. Plus, if you decide to try a sport, we don't hold tryouts and everyone is able to participate. Triangle Lake is a great place to be, and with time it will become even better.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I am a Senior at Triangle Lake Charter School, and I have been attending this school since Kindergarten. I don't like everything about this school, sometimes I absolutely hate it, but on the other hand, I wouldn't trade my experience for the world. I have seen this school change so much since I was in elementary, I have made friends with the teachers that come and go. I remember when the weight room was a funky little building outside of the gym. Now we have a whole new facility, I remember when the mini gym didn't exist and that spot was still all part of the playground. I remember being small and tripping in the gravel parking lot up here at the school and cutting my knee open. Now that parking lot is all pavement, with lines painted on it to keep cars in their place. I know all the kids who have attended school here, and I have the best memories with them, right here at this school. I guess it is kind of like a family out here, you have your good times and you have your bad times. I have definitely had my share in both. :)

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I started going to this school last year. I was getting into trouble at the bigger schools, so my parents gave me the option of going here. I wanted to get my life back on track, so I jumped at the chance to come. At first it was kind of intimidating, because everybody knew everybody here, and they were all best friends with each other. Luckily I'd known a few of the kids here, so gradually, I started becoming friends with most of them. Since I've came here, I've achieved better grades than I had at my previous schools, I'm hardly ever in trouble, and I can't ever skip class. They have amazing sports programs to keep me busy. Triangle Lake has definitely changed me for the better, and I don't want to attend school, or get an education anywhere else.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have been attending Triangle Lake Charter School since I was in fourth grade. When I was a Sophomore in High School my school made a big decision, we became a Charter School. Now I know that it was necessary to become one because we had such low enrollment, but our school is not the same now. I used to know everyone's names, even the Elementary and Junior High kids' names, but now I do not have a clue who most of them are. Other than that our school is a safe a fun place to learn at, and I recommend it to anyone. ( p.s. I think our new french teacher works for the french foreign legion ) - Chris Drago

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have been going to Triangle Lake School for 8 years and have loved every moment of it. When I came to Triangle Lake in the third grade I did not know how to read or spell correctly, but the good teachers of Triangle Lake helped me to learn how to read and spell and now I am on track to graduate and I am proud to say that I go to Triangle Lake High School!

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
When I first moved out here--to Triangle Lake--back in August of 2010, I was really uneasy about the whole idea. I was afraid I wouldn't make any friends and wouldn't fit it... and it was hard at first, but things are good now. It took the kids here a year to accept my different ways, and now that they have, I'm finding life in the country to be at least a little comforting. I DO miss the city life with all the people and places to go, but it's nice to be in a community where everyone seems to care. Not only is the close-knit community a plus, but I really like the academic advantages. I feel like if I graduate from TLCS, I might be something. The staff here really cares about your well-being and they do all they can to help you in the long run; that is a quality that I think all schools should focus on--it's not about the money or the amount of students, it's about your hospitality.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
Well what can i say about triangle lake...well the schools small and the community has a big heart. The staff is for the most part great, at times some of them can have big egos and you can never challange that. The school is one large clic. this is not necisarialy a bad thing as long as you are in the clic. The school seems to mostly revolve around sports which also is not a bad thing as long as you play sports. The staff pride themselves in a small town school atmosphere yet as the school grows as a charter school the small town-everyone knows every one-mentality starts to fade. i am not sure what else to say because i am saying it how i see it.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I am a Junior in high school and I just started attending Triangle Lake this September. I was Previously attending Junction City High School. My experience in Junction City was horrorifying. I was harrassed day in and day out by not only students, but staff and teachers as well. Transfering schools was probably one of the best things I have done. I have made more friends than I ever did at Junction City and the staff members treat me like family. When I started high school I was treated like an alien and I didn't fit in. At all. But now, I am a cheerleader and I have gone to every home football game and basketball game (even middle school games) and I have been more open-minded abthings like making new friends and meeting new people. At Triangle Lake I'm free to be me. :) ~Jos

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have attended Triangle Lake for 9 years. I started from kindergarten and then moved away in the second grade. I came back in the fourth grade and have been here ever since. I am now a senior and can't say enough about the good things that Triangle Lake has to offer. There is a huge sense of community at our school. Everybody knows everybody. The teachers seem to really care about you as a student, they work hard to make sure that we understand the materials. The sports that are offered here are great, you don't have to tryout for them; anybody can play. I am glad that I have attended this school, I love the small school feeling. Triangle Lake has something unique that many schools don't have and I believe that makes it awesome. I also think that the small school feel and the small town ways, shape kids into amazing people. I am glad I'll be able to say that "I graduated from Triangle Lake". -Elizabeth Adams

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
As a Senior I have seen this school change over time. With Triangle Lake being a small town with a very involved community, everyone used to know each other. Now that this school has gone charter I don't know many of the underclassmen and the ones I know are the ones that have been here from before the school went charter. Also the school seems kind of crowded because it doesn't seem like it was meant for as many students to go to school here. The parking lot is is also way too crowded because when they added more students, they didn't compensate for the more vehicles coming as well. Most teachers are willing to help students when asked but sometimes it seems like all some teachers care about is making it through the day.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
Since 1996 I have been a part of this school... In 1996 I started coming to sporting events to watch my uncle play ball, (basketball and football) and his track meets.In 1996 I was only 3 years old, but I could hardly wait to attend school. I loved hanging out with my uncle and his high school buddies! When I first started going to school I really liked it it was fun, but I really struggled with something; I had trouble learning how to read. But my teacher didn't overlook me. I had only 9 or 10 kids in my class so I was able to get the help I needed. I really think this school WAS an amazing learning environment. But the tides have changed kids have stopped attending our schools, so we had to go charter to fill the empty desks. Once we opened our borders we got swarmed with very high maintenance kids. Even with an average of 15 kids per class the teachers attention was turned to controlling these kids. We still are on a first name basis at this school but the way things are going I don't think we will be able to keep our reputation for long. Teachers and students are slowly growing apart. Students aren't as friendly with each other as they used to be. Above all - great school!

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have been going to Triangle Lake and have been a part of the community all of my life. I have had a great time being a part of the school through its ups and downs. The students that have been around this school for a number of years really get a long and except the traditions that the school has to offer. I would really want to go anywhere else, the students, parents, and staff members all care. They give up personal time to work with you and want to see you succeed. Triangle Lake has put me in a position to be successful, doing what ever I want to do. Opportunities have been provided through the help of the school. I thank all of my friends and teachers for the experiences that I will remember, being a part of Triangle Lake has been a great opportunity and honor and I hope the next generation continues to feel the same

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
This school is a quality school, they offer a lot of 1 on 1 time with their students. Which helps their students understand better, it is a safe enviornment and the staff does a great job of protecting the kids from any harm. In my expeirience they have always been fair, understanding, and helpful with my education.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I just switched to this school last year and so far it's great. There aren't many people so everyone is pretty close. The teachers actually take the time to help you, whereas at my last school, I couldn't get any help in class. Also, there really isn't any bullying. The only thing that I don't like is the limited classes. I wish they had a more variety of classes and electives other than basic shop, P.E, etc. Overall though, it's a great school.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have attended Triangle Lake since kindergarten and I have a lot of good memories. I can honestly say that everyone here is accepting. When we first became a charter school there were a lot of new students and it was hard to grasp the thought of so many new faces that we don't know, but overall I believe everyone has adjusted well. The staff at Triangle Lake cares, which is a big deal. When you have a support system behind you it makes a big difference and here I feel like I do. The teachers here help you one-on-one and make sure that everyone feels that they "can."

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have attended Triangle Lake for the last two years and I have enjoyed the my time here. The staff at Triangle Lake cares about us which is a rare thing. Being a small school almost every body know every body which is nice and makes it a very friendly environment.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I personally think that Triangle Lake Charter school is a great place for a student to attend. You will always feel welcome at this school, and every one will accept you for who you are. The classes challenge you and the staff here are exceptional. I have been going to this school since the sixth grade and it has only gotten better since it went charter. The extra money has allowed us to improve our technology and build a new weight room. I couldn't imagine going to any other school.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
What do you qualify as a good school? What are your main factors? There are so many good things about Triangle Lake; such as the staff, sports programs, and the family-like aura that occupies the halls even when the school is empty. I have been attending Triangle Lake since December 2005. I have seen all of the ups and downs in this community and I have to say that the level of drama and stress among the students and staff is lower than other schools. There is always help available, so students here tend to have a higher average GPA which can be a big boost of self confidence. My main point is that along with positive energy and satisfaction you will find determination in whatever it is you are trying to achieve. Another thing I would to mention is that country kids are the majority of this school...Most of us have grown up together. Not everyone fits in exactly, but everyone is accepted.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have been going to Triangle lake my whole life, in fact I've lived in this great community my whole life as well. I'm a Sophomore. It is truly a great place to go to school and live, the teachers are always willing to help , and since we don't have many kids we can get one on one time with them. The sports programs here have been thriving as well. I've played basketball for as long as i could and have had a blast! The people here are nice and everything is just perfect. I love living out here in the outdoors where we can virtually do anything we want, hunt, ride dirtbikes,fish, anything you want I just cant imagine myself at any other school, this is the one for me. Chase

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I've been going to Triangle Lake since the 6th grade and I honestly couldn't imagine going anywhere else. Everyone here makes you feel welcomed and comfortable. The staff goes out of their way to make sure that the students understand the material and it's not just some students that get help, it's anyone who asks or is struggling. Since Triangle Lake has become a charter school-which happened in the school year of 09-10-we've got many other kids that have come from bigger schools. They adapted well and I think all the students and staff members made them feel welcomed. Even with new students, each class is still fairly close. Triangle Lake is a great school all around.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I am a student here at Triangle Lake since the third grade and sophmore now and I would just like to say, I love my school from the sports to the teachers to the staff. They are all very supportive and welcoming to anybody who is new, It's a very safe enviroment and we take care of our own. The sports here are great because wether we win or lose (but we usually win) we go out with our pride and know next time we'll do better, we never blame someone else for the loss; we only improve what we could be better. Our community is our family and we support each other through the good and the bad. And we pick eachother up through the tragedies and become stronger. The teachers here are all very supportive and take the time to help each student in the way that, that student will learn best. I love my school and I wouldn't think of going anywhere else.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I've been going to Triangle Lake since my 3rd grade year...so for about 7 years i have gone to this proud establishment. The teachers are amazing. Here they care about you and that really means alot to me. I play sports at this school and they proable have the best sports programs in our league also they have a wide selecton for a school our size.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have been attending Triangle Lake Charter School for all my life. So far I have come to notice that it's a pretty good school. I like coming to this school because its not that big and you get to know everyone and all your teachers and the teachers are really good at helping us reach our full potential. They help us before and after school when we don't understand things.This also is a great community where our school is and I would rather go here than some big school in town.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have been a student here at Triangle Lake Charter School my whole life, and I wouldn't change it for the world. It's amazing how much work and effort the staff put into helping the students achieve their goals and get their work done and how often the teachers give of their time to help each and every one of us. Most all the students that go to T-lake are fun to be around and respectful towards others, everybody knows everybody so no one gets left out! It's basically just like one big family. Triangle Lake is a wonderful outstanding school and anyone who gets the chance to be apart of it like I have would say the same thing.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
Well I can't say it's any worse than any other school. But there are quite a few little things I would change. The main thing to me, the no-music in most classes. Teachers don't always realize what effect music playing in your ear has to do on your study skills. I for one work a lot better and more focused on the assignment or project when I'm in my own world with music playing. The teachers are great but I don't like some of them. They're helpful most of the time, but not all of the time. I tend to get my paper 'lost' a lot in between, me turning into the box and the teacher grading the assignment. I've had to re-do a lot of assignments. I currently have a 66% in a class because a certain teacher lost one of my assignments that is worth a huge portion of my grade and won't admit he did, and won't let me make it up. Me and this teacher haven't 'got along' for just about the whole 8 yrs I've been attending Triangle Lake. I would recommend this school to people but personally want to find a new high school. I like it here, but there is too much drama between people, too much hate on outsiders.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I am a Sophmore in high school and this is my first year here. I came from a kindda big school in Elmira and this was a big change for me. In Elmira people were always rude to me and b=never said anything nice. But when i can to T- Lake i felt welcome. The students here are nice and hardly ever say anything rude to me. The teachers are great here and are always willing to help you when you need it. T-lake is a great school to go to! Sincerly a student

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
This school is the best and only school ill ever go to!!!!!!!!! The staff is Excellent .

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have come to this school for about a year and a half and i would much rather be in Texas. but Carson is great- he gives me smarties.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I've been going to this school for about a year now and i think it's a good school I'm more of a city kid but if you like the country this is the school for you it has a very good sports organization and the teachers are very nice like Mrs. Kara and Mrs.Brown.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have been going to this school for a year and a half now. I really like it and I think all the teachers are nice. They understand how you don't have that much time to get homework done, so they don't pile homework on you. The students here are very nice and don't bully you. Teachers can help you at pretty much anytime. Some of the work is a little too challenging but it makes it more fun. I love this school and feel like family here. I'm not saying everyone will, but at least I do. I think I'm going to go to this school until I graduate, and I hope everyone else will too.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have been going to triangle lake for seven years now and it has changed from a quiet school to a big loud school. I think it was fine the way it was untiil we went Charter - then it all changed now we have cool kids and not cool kids we should all be friends and not enemies. From a Seventh Grader

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
This school is very different from other schols I've been to. I love the teachers here, they have helped me termendously for trying to graduate. I've been here for a couple of years and I like how small the classes are also you get the one-on-one you need. Although, Triangle Lake Charter School needs more bullying rules. However to me, they don't take it seriously enough to put the harasser in trouble. There are some staff members that are not very professional, since they don't always listen to the parents opinons. However, just because I don't like someone that works here, I love this school because some of the teachers are amazing!

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
Because I have been going to this school since I was in kindergarten it's obvious to me that the staff here is doing something right. I have even had the opportunity to go to larger schools and out of state schools but I refused because I really enjoy it here. We have more electives now then we have ever before like french which I heard is a tough class and no one that is in it really enjoys it, however I do like the teacher as well as all of the other staff members. I really like the fact that I have been going to school here with many of my friends since I was five years old. I have to say though I do wish that there was more of a selection when it comes to sports- in most of the much larger schools the teachers will not stay after school just to help you get your grade up, and in bigger schools you're just a number they don't know you by given name; this is why I really enjoy going to school here and I always will... in fact one of my thoughts about my future were to go to college to become a teacher and teach here, and even to coach here at Triangle Lake Charter School.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
Their are lots of things I love about this school!! Being able to have lots of help on my school work when it gets really hard. The people here at this school are amazing and helpful to me. One of the things my family says, "Try your best everyday." Not just that, they even say, "Keep your grades up." That makes me want to do better. Just by going to this school I can do lots better now. This is my first year here and everybody hepls me. On the scale of 1-5 to rate this school, I would say a 5 star.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
For the past ten years of my life I have been enrolled at Triangle Lake. When I was in the second grade I started going to this school and I have never planned on going anyplace else. I have lived here all of my life but for some reason I went to a different school for my kindergarten and first grade year. One of my favorite things about this school is how we are so involved in sports so intensely. To me my grades really reflect what sport season I am involved in; sports make me get good grades. One thing that I dislike about this school is that there is not a lot of diversity in our school. A lot of our classes are taught very similarly (like speech and English). Definitely my favorite part of our school is how small it is, it is perfect-sized and even with us becoming a charter school I believe that we are still not too big. Sometimes it seems a little crowded but it really isn't that bad. Over all in my opinion Triangle Lake is a pretty good school.

- submitted by a community member
February 09, 2012
I have been a student here since I was a Freshman, and now I am a Junior. I have to say, I like the small classes. Also how the teachers help you. This may seem unbelievable, but I am not a big fan of everyone knowing everyone. I would much rather have more people here, so that people don't know everything about you. My favorite thing that a teacher has said to me " You don't need these people approval, but you do need to have approval for yourself." As a result to this I have learned to become my own person. I must say that the food is some what okay. It is edible, but not tasty. Shall I say it is lacking some what of delicious quality. Ever after ( in my personal opinion) Triangle Lake is a great school... Over all well rounded, and a great place to send a child. I must be truthful, Triangle Lake could gain more people, but it wouldnt change the atmosphere in wonderful place like this. To end my thoughts, I will be sad to go next year, but happy to say that Triangle Lake was a great chapter to my life.

- submitted by a community member
December 30, 2009
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December 16, 2008
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- submitted by a student
May 15, 2007
I think that Triangle Lake School has done an exceptional job, over many decades, providing a quality education to the approx. 150 students K-12. I know that the resources they have are limited. I also know the teachers have made sacrifices for the sake of the students and school, in order to keep it going. The community involvement is outstanding. What with budget cuts and losing the state funding from the timber industry, the Blachly School District has done an extraordinary job keeping the little school alive. Triangle Lake offers something very special to students they could not get at any other school. It may not be the cutting edge of technology or the vast opportunities, but the quality of the attention they get out ways the other opportunities they may get at a larger school. Education is important, but the self esteem they develop is more important and comes first.

- submitted by a parent
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Triangle Lake Charter School
20264 Blachly Grange Rd, Blachly, OR  97412
(541) 925-3262
Last modified Triangle Lake Charter School is a Charter school that serves grades K-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Triangle Lake Charter School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 65 reviews. Top