Education & Enrichment

Toutle Lake Jr./Sr. High School

Our challenge and hope for you is that you leave Toutle Lake MS/HS more successful and more prepared for the future than when you arrived. We will help you toward that goal and hope you will strive to be the best you can be.

The mission of the Toutle Lake Secondary Schools is to empower all students to be life-long learners and responsible citizens in an ever-changing world.


Castle Rock High School

The goal of the Castle Rock High School staff is for students to be college and career ready when they leave us, and ready to be knowledgeable and productive citizens. Part of the education at Castle Rock High School includes learning how to successfully function in society and in a workplace, which includes following expectations and appropriate standards of behavior.


Youth Workforce Program

As young people work toward finishing their high school education and begin thinking about their future, many realize that they lack the skills employers desire. Without skills, youth remain stuck in low paying jobs with very little hope for advancement. The Youth Workforce Program is designed to assist young people from Clark and Cowlitz Counties as they begin employment or complete their secondary or post-secondary education.


R.A. Long High School

Welcome to Robert A. Long High School in Longview, Washington. R. A. Long High School was erected in 1927, three years after the city of Longview was incorporated. The school is named for the city's founder Robert A. Long, a wealthy timber baron from Missouri. Our mascot, the Lumberjack, was so named due to the area's reliance on the timber industry. The school is on the city Historical Register. R.A. Long competes in the Greater St. Helen’s League at the 2A level. Student enrollment is around 1000 students.