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Much of the District’s capital improvement program is tied to long range planning, demographic (student enrollment), and land acquisition functions. Both short and long-range enrollment projections indicate that the District will continue to grow for the foreseeable future. Under the 2006 Capital Improvement Bond, the District planned and designed new elementary schools, expanded several others, created a performing arts educational facility, and a new options high school. This Bond also funds many major improvements and repair projects.

Designated a ‘high growth’ district under ORS 195.110, the District’s annual enrollment growth rate ranks it among the fastest growing districts in the State. The District also needs to plan for a new comprehensive high school within the next few years. In the meantime, as growth exceeds available space at some schools, the District continues to use a combination of attendance boundary adjustments and portable classrooms to address overcrowding.

Beaverton School District Futures Study