Partial Day Option Programs

Students sign up for the following programs as part of their regular high school forecasting/enrollment process for the next academic year. ​Students interested in Terra Nova Field Biology and Terra Nova ​Applied Chemistry must fill it out on their forecasting sheets.

Partial Day Option Program Information

*Sign up during Forecasting/Enrollment

Automotive Technology - Aloha High School

18550 SW Kinnaman Rd.
Beaverton, OR 97078

Contact Aloha High School: 503.356.2760

Automotive Technology is designed for students in grades 11-12 who intend to pursue training after high school in automotive technology or related fields. It is the only high school program in Oregon accredited through the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). The curriculum is based on NATEF standards and includes brakes, electrical, steering, suspension and engine performance. Students are invited to participate in the following competitions: Ford AAA, Skills USA and the Portland Metro New Car Dealer Association Content with opportunities to win scholarships and tools. The Auto Tech program models the demands of the industry with 50% hands-on experience and 50% academic content. Students have opportunities to participate in site visits and industry activities including job shadows and summer internships. Classes are held at the Aloha High School Automotive Shop. Visit the Automotive Technology CTE page to learn more.

Automotive Technology Application (online)

Automotive Technology Application - English (paper)

Solicitud de Tecnología Automotriz - Español (papel) Disponible pronto


*Sign up during Forecasting/Enrollment

Construction at Community School

1841 SW Merlo Dr.
Beaverton, OR 97003

Contact Community School: 503.356.3650

This two year program for 11th and 12th graders will dive into the construction world and get students thinking like a builder. Content will include basic measuring & layout, introduction to tools and tool safety. We will also offer hands on experience welding and exploring electrical and plumbing systems. Once students understand the basics of hand tools and fasteners, they will be able to choose from several challenging yet rewarding projects to build. Safety protocols will be adhered to and students will be expected to wear a hardhat and safety glasses every day. A significant amount of class time will take place outside, so it will be an expectation that students are prepared for the elements. The intention of this course is to provide experience, exposure and guidance to students curious about careers in the trades.

Sign up during Forecasting/Enrollment at resident high school.

*Sign up during Forecasting/Enrollment

Health Careers - Beaverton High School

13000 SW 2nd St.
Beaverton, OR 97005

Contact Beaverton High School: 503.356.2830

Health Careers, offering a foundation for future health care professionals, is the District's extremely successful and oldest option program. For over 40 years, this 2-year partial day program for 11-12 grade students from all BSD comprehensive high schools, has been preparing students for future health careers. The goal of the program is to guide students in the exploration of the health care field to help them make informed decisions about their futures. Students receive carefully chosen clinical experiences in hospitals, medical facilities and private practices. Other program goals include professional behaviors, ethical confidentiality, personal responsibility and reliability. Students also have the opportunity to obtain college credit, complete a Nursing Assistant I training program, earn their Red Cross first-aid and CPR certifications and still have the advantage of participating in the academic and extracurricular life of their home high school. Students sign up for Health Careers 1, or Advanced Health Careers, as part of the regular high school forecasting/enrollment process. Visit Health Careers CTE page to learn more.

Health Careers Online Application

Health Careers Application (Paper) English

Solicitud para las carreras de salud - Español (papel) Disponible pronto

*Sign up during Forecasting/Enrollment

Manufacturing - Westview

4200 NW 185th Ave.
Portland, OR 97229

Contact Westview: 503.356.3020

All students attending comprehensive high schools in the Beaverton School District in grades 11-12 are welcome to attend Westview for a portion of their school day for the CTE Manufacturing Program of Study. Transportation from your home school is provided. The course will provide students the opportunity to learn skills, processes, and career opportunities related to manufacturing technologies. Students in grade 11 are given priority for placement in Manufacturing I. Manufacturing jobs include skills in machinery, computer systems, hand tools, welding, specialty manufacturing equipment, or doing the work by hand. Examples of careers in this area include welders, production operators, 3-D printing and design, industrial designer, assembler, machine operator, CNC machinist, manufacturing/process engineer, manufacturing supervisors, precision machinists and metalworkers.

For more information about requirements and how to sign up, visit the Opportunity Knocks webpage.

Opportunity Knocks

17705 NW Springville Rd.
Beaverton, OR 97229

Contact ECHS at PCC Rock Creek: 971.722.7473

Opportunity Knocks is a program that grants high school juniors and seniors (or students 16 or older)​ in the Beaverton School District the opportunity to take a credit class at Portland Community College. Students may enrich or extend their learning while gaining college experience and college credit. Tuition is paid for by the Beaverton School District and students eligible for free/reduced lunch will have access to the textbook loan service and Trimet passes.  Student must complete an application to be considered for Opportunity Knocks.

For more information about the application process and requirements, please visit the Opportunity Knocks webpage.

*Submit a Forecasting Sheet

Terra Nova Applied Chemistry/Sustainable Foods

Terra Nova Farm
10351 NW Thompson Rd.
Beaverton, OR 97229

Contact Terra Nova: 503.356.3710

Applied Chemistry is a team-taught course for students in grades 9-12. Students will work on our farm and in our kitchen to experience chemistry first hand. Since chemistry is part of our everyday lives our goal is to learn and experience chemistry through experimentation and engineering. The lab based course will show students how chemistry can be found in cooking pasta, pickling a cucumber, engineering soil to have the correct nutrient profile, and preparing a salad dressing that doesn't separate. This is a project-based course. Students will be taught and research principles of chemistry first. Once they have a solid foundation of content knowledge it will be applied to projects and engineering projects. This is lab based authentic learning. The end result of a project might be the perfect loaf of bread or growing medium for plant tissue cultures. Each student will learn content, use that content and reflect on the process. Students here will touch, feel, taste and grow using chemistry as their guide. This class is taught at the Terra Nova School of Sustainability; transportation is provided.

*Submit a Forecasting Sheet

Terra Nova Field Biology/Sustainable Foods

Terra Nova Farm
10351 NW Thompson Rd.
Beaverton, OR 97229

Contact Terra Nova: 503.356.3710

Field Biology is a team-taught course for students in grades 10-12. This lab-based hands-on course covers the foundational principals of modern life through the lens of sustainable agriculture at the Terra Nova Farm. Students will work outside and in the classroom learning field biology techniques as well as modern biology laboratory techniques. All Oregon state standards for Biology, Scientific Inquiry and Engineering Design are integrated into the course. Course content will include the studies of biochemistry, cellular processes, genetics, evolution, sustainability and ecology. Technological, historical, political, and environmental aspects of biology and sustainability will be addressed. Content learned in physics and chemistry courses is built upon and expanded on in a biological context. Critical thinking, research, communication and analysis are emphasized. This class is taught at the Terra Nova School of Sustainability; transportation is provided.