Welcome to Southridge High School. Opening in 1999, Southridge is one of the six comprehensive high schools in the Beaverton School District. Our diverse student body at Southridge equals approximately 1520 students feeding from Conestoga, Highland Park and Whitford Middle Schools.
At Southridge we strive to instill a strong well-rounded program for all students. It is important that our students experience a rigorous curriculum of study, a diverse selection of activities, and a competitive athletic environment. Southridge is founded on the beliefs of the International Baccalaureate program. We aim to develop internationally minded people, who recognize humanity and shared guardianship of the planet, and to help create a better and more peaceful world.
Southridge High School is also proud to be an AVID school. The AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) ideals align with our IB mission. AVID’s mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society. AVID’s best practices of writing, inquiry, collaboration, organization and reading support all students to be successful in and outside of the classroom.
In addition, we believe in teaching our students to be good stewards of the world around them. We are the only comprehensive high school in Beaverton to require 60 service-learning hours in order to graduate. We strive to create opportunities for all students, and we:
Academics, Creativity, Relationships, Diversity
Involvement in the local and global community
Innovation and life-long learning
Furthermore, our challenge is to graduate students who are college, career and life ready. To that end, we embed the following identifiers within our curriculum:
- Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
- Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence
- Agility and Adaptability
- Initiative & Entrepreneurship
- Effective Oral & Written Communication
- Accessing & Analyzing Information
Southridge is fortunate to boast one of the most active and passionate parent communities in the Beaverton area. Our success is a direct effect of our supportive parents and community partners, and we are thankful for the on-going support they provide.
Our work is aligned to the district goals of innovation, collaboration, engagement and equity; and we invite you to partner with us as we engage, inspire, and empower a community of learners.
David Nieslanik, Principal