Health and education are deeply connected. The need for infrastructure--such as a school health coordinator and school health advisory councils—is often cited by researchers as a critical component to successful school health efforts. This detailed report examines the associations between Oregon student and school-level health and education data. The association between school health infrastructure and high school graduation is explored and utilized as the starting point for a Return- On-Investment analysis. The findings suggest that an investment to support school health infrastructure could provide longstanding social and economic benefits.