The Hillsboro School District launched the Hillsboro Online Academy to fill the needs of students who wish to conduct their education outside of, or as a supplement to, traditional learning on a physical campus. Our new Academy provides the educational tools for our students to do so.
Hillsboro Online Academy is a free, public school open to all middle and high school students. It offers core courses and electives that enable students to fulfill state requirements.
At the high school level, students will complete all State of Oregon graduation requirements, including state assessments and senior projects. Upon successful completion, students will receive a diploma from the Hillsboro Online Academy.
To learn more, visit:
on the web: www.hillonlineacademy.org
Although City View is chartered through the Hillsboro School District and is a part of the public school system, they are not governed by the district. City View's school board is responsible for aligning the school visionary goals with functionality and accountability. The school administrators are responsible for all of the school operations and are charged with maintaining overall accountability to all of the stakeholders of the charter school.
Having a public charter school allows HSD to offer more educational options since all district students are eligible to apply for enrollment. Charter school students must meet or beat the standardized test scores of district schools.
To learn more, visit:
on the web: www.cityviewcharter.org
2-Hour Late Start
(2-Hour Late Start)
*MEC's programs aren't as affected by Academic Seminar as the comprehensive middle and high schools, students are still expected at 9:30 a.m. but some flexibility is given based on the bus schedule.
Handbooks and Course Catalogs
School Attendance Areas
By state law and district policy, students are assigned to a “home school” in their “home district” based on the legal address of residence of their parent or legal guardian. A transfer request is required to attend a school other than the home school; students may not attend another school without valid permission. Homeless students should contact their counselor or principal to see if they may qualify for Title X provisions. To confirm your assigned home school, please contact Transportation at 503-844-1123.
Note: Your city of residence does not define your school district. HSD comprises parts of several cities, including Banks, Beaverton, Cornelius and Portland and Hillsboro. Boundaries also may run across housing developments and apartment complexes. To confirm your home school, please call our Transportation Department at 503-844-1123.
Snow Zones (PDF)
District Map (PDF)
HSD Boundary Map
(GIS - 17 MB file)
Washington County GIS
School Boundary (Attendance Area) Maps:
Feeder School Maps
(GIS - 17 MB files)