Estacada High School Welcomes ASPIRE

A new resource became available for students attending Estacada High School beginning in the fall of 2007.  Thanks to a two-year AmeriCorps grant, written by counselor Debbie Brochis, Estacada was selected to be an ASPIRE school. The EHS ASPIRE program is now in its eleventh year, providing post-high school planning and mentoring services to students. 

What is ASPIRE?
Administered by the Oregon Student Access Commission (OSAC), ASPIRE stands for Access to Student Assistance Programs in Reach of Everyone. ASPIRE seeks to provide Oregon high school students solid pathways beyond high school. ASPIRE matches trained adult volunteers with high school students to provide one-on-one mentoring. ASPIRE Advisors guide students through the process of accessing their academic strengths or talents and applying for colleges, financial aid, and scholarships.

For more information about ASPIRE and how it grew from four pilot Oregon high schools in 1998 to more than 150 schools and sites throughout the state, please click here: and here is a link to a YouTube video about the ASPIRE program

If you have any questions about Estacada High School's ASPIRE program please contact the EHS ASPIRE coordinator, Cindy Babikoff, at 503-630-8515 ext 2808