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Mountainside High School opened its doors in September 2017 to freshmen and sophomores, after two years of construction. It is the District's sixth comprehensive high school. Mountainside is the largest project in the 2014 Bond Program and cost $186 million dollars to build. The school was designed by Bora Architects and built by Hoffman Construction.

The school was built on 47 acres and it contains 342,000 square feet of space, including 53 general classrooms, five special education classrooms, and 11 science classrooms. It has a capacity of 2,200 students.

Mountainside is an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma School and will also have the IMB Middle Years Programme for freshmen and sophomores.

Mountainside offers a variety of Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses, including marketing, culinary arts and construction.


Dedication Video

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Mountainside High School

The School Board voted unanimously to name Beaverton School District's sixth high school opening in September 2017: Mountainside High School.

The name reflects the proximity to Cooper Mt. It also has some historical significance dating back to the 1870s when another Mountainside School served students in the area. Planning principal Todd Corsetti worked with future students and community members to nominate two names. Their preferences were Mountainside High School or Cooper Vista High School. 

The school's logo will be the mavericks and the colors will be Columbia blue, silver and black.


 Webcam - follow the progress of the New BSD High School

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Planning Principal selected for New High School

Todd Corsetti has been selected as the Planning Principal for the New High School in the South Cooper Mountain area, effective July 1, 2016. He began his career in Beaverton in 1995 as an English teacher at Whitford Middle School. Four years later, he was selected for the Southridge High School planning team and served three years as a teacher, department chair and coach before being promoted to an assistant principal position. After five years, he transferred to Sunset High School as an assistant principal where he remained until 2010 when he was appointed to his current position as Southridge High School Principal.
Construction Update - September 2017

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


Budget Adjustment


Beaverton School District 2014 Bond Program

  • Overview and Schedule
  • High School Wetlands Plan
  • High School Traffic Plan