Critical Dates Calendar

Class of 2024 Critical Dates Calendar. This is where you will find all of the important dates leading up to graduation! Check back often as events are added and dates are subject to change.

2023-2024 Scholarship Spreadsheet

Check this spreadsheet often, it will be updated as scholarships open and close. Open scholarships are highlighted in pink. This spreadsheet also contains links to scholarship information and websites.


Aspire to make a difference in the lives of students. Become an Aspire volunteer! Meet with students to explore college and career options, choose the best fit for their goals and apply for grants and scholarships. Click here for more information!


FAFSA will open in December 2023. This is a FREE application for federal and state student grants, work-study and loans.

The Oregon Promise

The Oregon Promise is a state grant that helps cover tuition at any Oregon community college for recent high school or GED test graduates who have a 2.0 cumulative GPA or higher, attend an Oregon community college within 6 months of graduation and have been an Oregon resident at least 12 months prior to attending college.

Redmond High School Counseling Department

Hours:  7:00 AM – 3:00 PM
P: (541) 923-4800
F: (541) 923-4826

Collin Hester

Counselor (A-Go)

(541) 923-4800 ext. 1724

Karen MacKenzie

Counselor (Gr-N)

(541) 923-4800 ext. 1817

Wes Lipskey

Counselor (Ni-Z)

(541) 923-4800 ext. 1723

Leslie Hanna

Career Center Coordinator

P: (541) 923-4800 x 1728
F: (541) 923-4826

Sonya Davis

Registrar, StudentVUE/ParentVUE, Transcript Requests

P: (541) 923-4800 ext. 1722
F: (541) 923-4826

Lynnette Konop


P: (541) 923-4800 ext. 1726
F: (541) 923-4826

Counseling Services

Responsive Services: Help process personal, family, relationship, stress, and anxiety issues.

Mediation: Work on conflict resolution between students, parents, and teachers.

Academic Assistance: Study skills support, academic scheduling, and future planning.

Referral to Community Resources: Professional counseling, Educational supports, Local organizations.

Mission Statement The program will provide services that support every student’s academic, social-emotional, and vocational development toward becoming a responsible and contributing member of our complex and changing society.

Philosophy The counseling program is an essential part of the overall educational process and is integrated throughout students’ high school experiences. Each student is served by a network of support, including RHS staff, parents, and the community.  All working to create a culture of acceptance which allows for the most productive learning environment for all students.

We Believe Educational, vocational, and personal objectives are attainable by all students. Every student should be served at their developmentally appropriate level. Counselors demonstrate personal and professional ethical competencies. All students have access to a state licensed counselor and child development specialist. Professional development and opportunities for professional growth both individually and collectively. Counselors connect and network with community, regional, state, and national agencies and organizations in order to access appropriate resources and support for students and families. Utilize a Nationally recognized framework and standard for evaluating the counseling and guidance program for the district.  

How to Order Transcripts Complete this Transcript Request Form When ordering your transcript, please be sure to include all the information. Your order will be processed within 5 business days.