A new high school opens in Redmond to three grade levels in the fall of 2012, and when it does, students will have more choices. The new state of the art school will include a TV studio, a dental clinic, and a green engineering laboratory. “Green engineering is something that is a burgeoning industry and we are in discussions with various venders and various community colleges about various community colleges about programs they offer. We will work in the next year and a half to design classes that ensure out students will remain competitive in the ever changing work environment.” Redmond School District Planning Director John Bullock says the new school will allow the District to continue offering quality and state of the art education. The high school boundaries will follow the middle school boundaries. Under the current plan, students attending Elton Gregory or Terrebonne Community School will go to Redmond High School. Students from Obsidian or Tumalo School would go to Ridgeview, but students will be allowed to attend the high school that better matches their career goals.