About Port Orford-Langlois School District 2CJ

A little bit about our area

Port Orford-Langlois School District is situated on the southern Oregon coast in northern Curry County. Located 80 miles north of the California border, an elementary school and a high school supply the educational needs for the approximately 200 students who reside in the district.

Port Orford has a population of about 1000 people and is home of famous Battle Rock. Garrison Lake is at the northwestern edge of town. Port Orford’s harbor serves as home base for the local fishing fleet and Elk River, regarded as one of the finest salmon and steelhead rivers in the state, is only three miles north of town.

Langlois has approximately 200 residents and was once the home for world famous Langlois Bleu Cheese. Floras Lake, situated just 100 yards from the Pacific Ocean and renowned for its kiteboarding and windsurfing, is located just three miles southwest of town. Floras Creek provides the southern border for the town of Langlois.

Driftwood School

Driftwood School is located at the south end of the district in the town of Port Orford. Harboring approximately 160 students in grades K-8, it has a teaching staff of seven full time teachers. K-5 students remain at Driftwood School for all of their classes all day. Grades 6-8 spend the afternoon of each school day at Pacific High School where they have PE, Health, Computers and Spanish. They also choose between Band, Leadership, Woodshop, Art and Robotics for elective classes.

Pacific High School

Pacific High School is located approximately midway between Driftwood School and Langlois in a rural setting. Tucked against the foothills of the coast range, Pacific High School serves ~60 students in grades 9-12. The high school has met or exceeded all standards required by both the State of Oregon and No Child Left Behind legislation over the past several years and its graduates have demonstrated that they can academically compete successfully with students from anywhere in the nation. 

Pacific High School currently offers students the opportunity to participate in various school-related activities and clubs as well as the opportunity to compete in Cross-Country, Volleyball, Soccer, Basketball, and Track and Field. 

Our Goal

1. Optimize resources to continually improve student instruction and performance.

2. Continually assess the safety and efficiency of the district facilities to optimize teaching

and learning.

3. Provide progressive instruction utilizing the technology and information of current and future trends in employment and life skills.

4. Maintain and seek to enhance communication into and out of the district.

2CJ Mission Statement

The District will provide curriculum and programs for ALL students to enable them to be proficient and to allow them to excel as ethical, responsible, and successful members of a global society. 

The Port Orford-Langlois School District 2CJ is committed to establishing and maintaining a safe and nondiscriminatory educational environment. Port Orford-Langlois School District 2CJ does not permit discrimination or harassment in its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identification, sexual orientation, disability, age, religion, physical and/or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, marital status or any other characteristic protected by institutional policy or state, local, or federal law.

Anyone wishing to make a formal complaint regarding discrimination or sexual harassment may contact Steve Perkins, District Title IX Coordinator at steve.perkins@2cj.k12.or.us or (541) 348 - 2455.