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Facts and Figures

Hillsboro School District

Hillsboro School District is the fourth-largest public school district in the state of Oregon.

Currently, we serve over 20,290 students in grades K-12 who reside in the cities of Hillsboro, North Plains and other parts of Washington County. We are committed to providing quality schools to the students and families we serve.

We strive for educational excellence by engaging our students in a challenging, personalized instructional program that prepares them for success in post-high school studies or the world of work. Strong business and community partnerships provide additional resources for our schools and students. 

HSD Facts and Figures


Click here to find out facts and figures about our students, staff, operations, budget, and the Washington County community we live in.



2016-17 Students by Grade Level (October 1, 2016 Report - ODE data)
Grade Level # of Students % of All Students
Kindergarten 1,521 7.35%
Elementary 1-6 9,596 46.39%
Middle School 7-8 3,118 15.07%
High School 9-12 6,451 31.19%
Total* 20,686 100.00%
*This number includes City View & out-of-district placements.

Historical Enrollment Figures for Hillsboro School District


2016-17 Students by Demographics (Oct. 1, 2016 Report - ODE data)
Ethnicity # of Students % of All Students
American Indian/Alaskan Native 147 0.7%
Black 471 2.3%
Hispanic 7,541 36.5%
Asian 1,396 6.7%
Islander 158 0.8%
Multi-racial 1,246 6.0%
White 9,727 47.0%
Total* 20,836 100.0%
*This number includes City View & out-of-district placements.

Class of 2016 - graduation/completion in 2016 (4-year cohort data)*
% Grad
CHS 392 321 15 85.71% 9 0.56%
GHS 405 333 15 85.93% 21 1.27%
HHS 382 284 16 78.53% 24 1.71%
LHS 385 320
84.94% 22 1.41%
HOA 34
50.00% 5 6.49%
HSD 1,627 1,275 54 81.68% 202 3.07%

Remember that District numbers include some students who are not enrolled in our comprehensive high schools or in HOA. These could be students at Miller Education Center East, in our Transition Program, adjudicated youth, or students who are on out-of-district placements.

*Please refer to the document Understanding Graduation Rates for more information. And please refer to 2014-15 Grad Rate Information for comparisons to other districts and historical data.

**Please note that the drop-out rate is still calculated using the NCES model, which divides the total number of drop-outs in a given year in grades 9-12 by the number of students in grades 9-12--the numbers and rate do not correlate directly to information about the cohort.

Therefore, the following is true about the graduating class of 2016, which is actually the 2012-13 cohort, as the cohort is named by the first year students entered high school:

  • 1275 graduated with a regular diploma on time in 2016
  • 54 graduated with a modified diploma on time in 2016
  • 47 earned an adult high school diploma, extended diploma, or GED
  • 7 earned an alternative certificate
  • 85 were continuing their enrollment beyond 2016
  • 159 were classified as "other non-completers" - either dropouts or undeclared as to their plans to complete the credits necessary for graduation
  • Some of those 159 (perhaps most) are in the group of 202 students who dropped out in the 2015-16 school year, though that group also includes freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who dropped out in 2015-16 who are not members of the 2012-13 cohort.
Hillsboro 2035 Plan

The new Hillsboro 2035 Community Plan extends the success of the original Hillsboro 2020 Plan, providing a shared vision for Hillsboro’s future and a detailed action plan for working toward that collective vision. The ideas in the plan are based on input from thousands of community members in cooperation with local organizations who have agreed to share implementation responsibilities.


Education and community involvement comprise one of the focus areas of the 2035 Plan. The first initiative in this focus area is to "pursue and promote continued excellence in Hillsboro schools," which includes these action items:

  • Reducing student-to-teacher classroom ratios
  • Developing advanced learning experiences (STEAM) in schools with help from the community
  • Increasing the percentage of students enrolled in challenging curriculums including Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate programs
  • Expanding dual credit programs and increasing student enrollment in college
  • Establishing a community school support program to help meet education needs with help from parents and professionals.


To learn more, please visit hillsboro2035.org/2035-plan/ or call the City of Hillsboro at 503-681-6219.

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