Cedar Park Middle School
Shannon Anderson, Principal
Mike Alpert, Assistant Principal
Megan Clifford, Assistant Principal
Cedar Park Middle School, home of the Timberwolves, is located in unincorporated Washington County in the Cedar Hills/Commonwealth neighborhood.
Cedar Park was the Beaverton
School District's fourth intermediate
school. Construction was underway
in 1965, but was not complete for
the 1965-1966 school year.
Undeterred by that minor detail,
Cedar Park opened its doors in
September 1965 anyway, with
seventh graders only. Classes were
held in the Merle Davies building
that first year, with a total
enrollment of 343.
The new building was completed
and opened to seventh, eighth and
ninth graders in September 1966.
With the opening of Cedar Park in 1966,
the Beaverton School District completed its transition to the 6-3-3 grade configuration (grades 1-6 at
elementary, 7-9 at intermediate/junior high and 10-12 at high school) for its schools. In 1994, like the
other intermediate/junior high schools, Cedar Park became a middle school. The grades attending middle
schools are sixth, seventh and eighth. This brought Beaverton School District to its current grade
configuration of 5-3-4.*
Many other major
construction projects have
been completed since the
original building was finished.
A large roof was built over one
of the several courtyards to
Library/Media Center space.
Storage space at the end of A-hall
was converted into two
classrooms. An Industrial Arts
wing was built to house the
wood and metal shops. Six
portable classrooms have also
been added near the rear of the building. In the summer of 2002, the entire building was re-plumbed and
painted, the main office and kitchen were remodeled and the Industrial Arts wing was converted into 4
classrooms. In the summer of 2005, two classrooms in the former Industrial Arts wing were re-wired to
house 2 computer labs. In the summer of 2007, student restrooms were remodeled, the Lower Gym was
repainted, the Fitness Center received a new floor and the first phase of our outdoor patio project was
Cedar Park continues to evolve as an innovative middle school. As a part of the Future Ready Grant, all students will receive 1:1 technology in 2017, this is an 8-year grant providing computers to students to use in school and at home. Cedar Park is an Avid school, promoting educational growth and college preparedness. Cedar Park also participates in the Middle Years Program (MYP) for International Baccalaureate (IB) which continues to increase the learning of the Cedar Park Timberwolves.