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Beaverton Schools

Open Enrollment

Open Enrollment for 2023-2024

The Beaverton School District is offering open enrollment for students living within the BSD service area for the 2023-2024 school year at the schools listed below. Open Enrollment offers a transfer opportunity for BSD students who wish to attend another BSD school outside of their neighborhood boundary.  The schools below have open enrollment slots availableApplications for open enrollment will be accepted from Monday, December 12, 2022 through Monday, January 30, 2023, 2:00 p.m.  Completed applications should be returned to the school for which the student is applying.

How to submit your application:  

Fir Grove Elementary School:  Applications can be submitted in person or mailed to Fir Grove Elementary School, Attention: Open Enrollment, 6300 SW Wilson Avenue, Beaverton, OR 97008. 

McKay Elementary School:   Applications can be submitted in person or mailed to McKay Elementary School, Attention:  Open Enrollment, 7485 SW Scholls Ferry Road, Beaverton, OR 97008.   You can also email your application to,

Five Oaks:  Applications can be submitted in person or mailed to Five Oaks Middle School, Attention: Open Enrollment, 1600 NW 173rd, Beaverton, OR 97006. 

Southridge High School:  Applications can be submitted in person or mailed to Southridge High School, Attention: Open Enrollment, 9625 SW 125th Avenue, Beaverton, OR 97008. 


Elementary Schools 
(# of slots open)

Fir Grove - 1st Grade (15), 2nd Grade (15)

McKay - 1st Grade (10)

Middle Schools 
(# of slots open)

Five Oaks (30)

High Schools
(# of slots open)

Southridge (50)

Principals will make the final determination as to what grade levels will be filled with the Open Enrollment slots at the middle school and high school. 

There are some important factors families must consider when applying for a 2023-24 Open Enrollment transfer:

1. Student must maintain attendance at 92% or greater; no more than one minor suspension per academic year; no suspension greater than five days, and no expulsions.

2. Transportation to the new school is the responsibility of the family. Buses do not travel from the resident school to the open enrollment school; however, occasionally the student may live close to the attendance boundary of the open enrollment school. In this case, parents must submit a written request by completing a “Transportation Service Request” form.

3. Approval is for the duration of the current school level only (i.e., elementary, middle or high school).

4. There is no guarantee of sibling applications being approved.

5. Commitment to attend any school should be for the entire academic year.

6. A lottery system may have to be implemented if there are more applications than allocations available.

7. Copies of the completed applications will be distributed by the receiving school principal, pending a letter or conversation with the parent/guardian of the student.

Parents will be informed of the decisions by the principal of the school applied to within one week after the conclusion of the open enrollment period. Parents will need to confirm acceptance at that time.

Contact the school to which you are applying if you have any questions regarding the process.

School Board Policy
JECC - Open Enrollment