Madison High School and office is physically closed, but office staff are working remotely from home. Families, please continue to check our website for updates from Principal Skyles. Past notices have been saved under the Principal's Message tab. Click View All for the complete list.
Mission: At Madison, all students will access an engaging and inclusive education defined by diversity and respect. All students will graduate from high school empowered with critical skills necessary for success in higher education, career, and community engagement.
Senior Picture Upload Specs
Only pictures that were planned for your senior picture;
No Selfies (we will not use it if you submit it!!!);
If at all possible, have a professional or a friend that understands portrait photography take your pictures;
Wear clothes that contrast well with the background;
Avoid direct sunlight;
If at all possible, no full body, standing pictures. Seated is better. Hips to head is preferred.
Image Type and Specs
Minimum of 5”x7” (larger is always better)
Minimum of 300 dpi
When ready to upload, please use the following link
If there are multiple photos, the yearbook staff reserves the right to select the photograph that best fits our yearbook theme.
The photo deadline is 2/17/21
The cost: $45
Click to purchase Yearbooks online with a debit or credit card:
Due to the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday next week, and the Teacher Planning day the following week, Madison will have adjusted class schedules for the next two weeks.
Madison students and families,
Welcome back to the final few weeks of our quarter. We know technology issues can still be a challenge, so just to remind you:
Dear Madison Families,
Please find the link to this week's community message with important updates here:
Here is the community message with important information and resources for this week.
We hope you have a restful winter break!
Dear PPS Families and Staff,
We want to update you on changes we have made to the Enrollment and Program Balancing proposal for Southeast Portland schools. The initial proposal (see a summary), drafted after months of Southeast Guiding Coalition meetings, was presented to the Board of Education at its January 12 meeting.
Graduation rates for the 2019-2020 academic year were released today with impressive results for Portland Public Schools, whose high school seniors achieved an 83.7% graduation rate, the highest since adopting a four-year cohort model in 2010 and slightly higher than the 2019-20 statewide rate of 82.6%.
Dear PPS Students, Families and Colleagues,
Today we celebrate and honor the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a hero of mine. As his influence is seen and felt in the ongoing movement for racial justice, I want to share this video created by the Boise-Eliot/Humboldt Elementary School community. They found a creative way to unify their voices to bring us a unique reading of Dr. King’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech of 1963, originally delivered to a crowd of almost a quarter million people at the March for Jobs and Freedom in Washington D.C. I think you will enjoy this collaboratively produced presentation of Dr. King’s words brought to life by a new generation of change-makers for justice at PPS.
Dear PPS Families,
We are so grateful to our educators and our community who have continued to support our students through these times of transition this year. The presidential election and its fallout, especially the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, have been disturbing and unsettling for all of us, and the feeling of unease continues as next week’s inauguration of Joe Biden nears. We know it can be an especially difficult time for our students and we remain optimistic about the power of democracy and education as they try to make sense of the events and issues.
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM Board Policy Committee Meeting
6:00 PM District Board Meeting
8:00 AM Last day of 2nd Quarter
6:00 PM District Board Meeting
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Board Intergovernmental Committee Meeting