Students in the Beaverton School District are assigned to an attendance boundary based on their home address. The District maintains a set of maps and online tools to help families determine their home school. If you have questions about attendance boundaries, or wish to confirm an address, please call or email Robert McCracken, Facilities Planning Coordinator: email@example.com or (503) 356-4319
NEW On June 12, 2017
the School Board approved four administrative boundary adjustments in the southwestern portion
of the District. The adjustments
address the incorporation of new territory from the Hillsboro and Beaverton
School District land exchange, as well as
anticipated residential growth in the South Cooper Mountain Community Plan area. Background information on these adjustments can be found here.
The new boundaries will go into
effect for the 2017-18 school year. The District Address Locator, Street Directory and boundary maps, below, reflect these boundary changes.
Resources for identifying your attendance boundary
Look up an address using an interactive online map (some new residential developments may not appear on this map, please call or email for confirmation):
Click on the map to go to the Address Locator:
Look up the table of all address ranges in the District:
2017_2018 Street Directory_10.19.17.pdf
View printable maps of elementary, middle and high school boundaries and feeder patterns for the 2017-18 school year:
Elementary Boundary Map 2017-18 School Year
Middle School Boundary Map 2017-18 School Year
High School Boundary Map 2017-18 School Year
View Elementary, Middle and High School Feeder Patterns:
Feeder School Table 2017-18 School Year
Are you moving to the Mountainside High School boundary with a student who will be a 11th or 12th Grader in 2017?
Mountainside HS will open with 9th and 10th grades only. 11th and 12th grade students will be assigned a high school based on the 2016-17 boundary map. Click here for a map of the 2016-17 boundaries in the Mountaiside area, and here for the 2016-17 Street Directory table, where you may look up an address. If you have questions about an address, please contact Robert McCracken firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 356-4319
Are you looking for information about the High School and Elementary Boundary Adjustment processes?
Click here for more information about the new High School boundaries and transition plans. Click here for more information about Sato Elementary (formerly Kaiser Road K-5)
Are you looking for information on bus transportation?
Click here to go to the District's Transportation homepage, where you can find information on bus routes, stops and schedules.
Are you looking for information about Safe Routes to School?
Click here for the Safe Routes to School homepage, which has resources for walking and biking to school in the Beaverton School District.
Are you looking for information on the location of Beaverton School District Boundary in the River Terrace area?
Click here for a map showing the school district boundaries in the River Terrace and South Cooper Mountain planning areas. For confirmation of any address, please call or email.
Do you have a question about transfers within the Beaverton School District (between schools) from/to other Districts?
Please call the Teaching and Learning Parent Information Hotline at 503-356-4325 Information can also be found here: In-District and Inter-District Transfers
Are you looking for information about the 2014 Bond Program and new District schools and facilities?
Click here to visit the 2014 Bond Program homepage, which includes information about capital investments, replacement projects and new schools.
If you have questions about attendance boundaries, or wish to confirm an address, please call or email Robert McCracken, Facilities Planning Coordinator: email@example.com or (503) 356-4319