Hillsboro is ripe with educational opportunities for students of all types.
The Hillsboro School District delivers excellent results for students from many different backgrounds. Graduation rates are well above the state’s average, and there’s a strong focus on finding the best ways to prepare students for rewarding, in-demand careers, like partnering with industry leaders in the area. The district is passionate about developing and diversifying its offerings for students, and it’s investing heavily in programs and facilities to develop even better resources. A $408 million construction bond that includes $30 million for investments in expanded technology infrastructure was recently passed. The future is bright for HSD, and the residents of Reed’s Crossing will be part of it.
34 schools + an online academy
96 countries of origin represented
30.9% speak a language other than English
2,760 enrolled in dual language program
$408 million school bond recently approved
A spacious site right in the heart of Reed’s Crossing has already been set aside for building a brand-new elementary school. In fact, the Hillsboro School District owns 40 acres in Reed’s Crossing and is planning to build two or three elementary schools and one middle school. The first proposed elementary school is anticipated to be completed within the next few years, and early residents of the community will be able to have their children be part of bringing this education resource to life. Reed’s Crossing and the Hillsboro School District know the importance of making our community a hub of learning.
Helping you on your path to lifelong prosperity is an essential value for the Reed’s Crossing community. Living here puts you in easy reach of a number of higher educational opportunities that serve undergrads as well as those looking for continuing education and professional development. A campus of Portland Community College is only a few miles away and is a great resource for students of all types. It’s just a few miles more to Portland State University, which offers many four-year degrees and other programs and was recently named one of the top 10 most innovative universities by U.S. News & World Report.1 Also, within an easy commute in nearby Forest Grove is Pacific University, which offers a diverse combination of undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs.