The Beaverton School District is nationally recognized for high student achievement and innovative programs. Beaverton students in grades 6-12 have the opportunity to investigate learning options that best fit their academic needs. Students can choose their neighborhood school or apply to one of our option schools or programs. Transportation is provided to all option schools and programs.
The Beaverton School District is seeking volunteers to serve on the 2022 Bond Accountability Committee (BAC). The committee is responsibility for monitoring, reporting and making recommendations to the School Board on the 2022 Bond program.
We want to hear your voice! The district is launching Engage BSD, a new online platform where you can weigh in on current projects that matter to you, your children and our community.
Beaverton School Board member Becky Tymchuk was named the 2022 Oregon School Board Member of the Year. The award was announced this past weekend at the Oregon School Boards Association’s 76th Annual Convention in Portland.
On Monday, November 21, the district will be conducting several focus groups to gather feedback on what improvements you’d like to see in BSD as part of our strategic planning process. We welcome your participation!
Once a BSD student himself, David Westhora is now the principal at Rock Creek Elementary. Learn more about him and hear how well he can sing!
Right now, there are more than 80 unaccompanied youth in Beaverton School District. Second Home helps match up those students with host families, allowing them to focus on their education and finish high school.
See a problem, solve a problem. Don't know how? Just as this first grader at Nancy Ryles Elementary School.
Over the weekend, BSD School Board member Becky Tymchuk was recognized as the 2022 School Board Member of the Year by the Oregon School Boards Association. Hear why we believe Becky is so deserving of this honor.
Whitford Middle School's Native Club meets every other week. The goal? To encourage a sense of community and celebrate culture among native students through education and activities.
"At Beaverton School District, all students belong. We embrace, honor and celebrate our differences — race, color, ethnicity, nationality, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity and language. We're committed to eliminating the structures, policies and practices that perpetuate inequalities in our schools and causes these differences to become predictors of future success. At BSD, all students are learners, capable of limitless possibilities.”
Dr. Gustavo Balderas, Superintendent