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Academic Required:

  • 1.5-3 inch binder
  • Binder dividers (5)
  • Folders (8)
  • 100 page spiral notebook (4)
  • Loose leaf notebook paper
  • Pencils (10)
  • Blue/ black pens (10)
  • Erasers (2)
  • Labels (10)
  • Highlighters (2)
  • Pencil Pouch
  • Chromebook (Provided - $20 insurance recommended - $450 replacement fee if no insurance)
  • Chromebook charger (Provided)

Academic Optional:

  • Calculator (Phones will not be allowed. Ti 30x will do for most classes. Advanced math classes may require a specialty calculator)
  • Sticky Notes
  • Ruler
  • Deodorant
  • Colored pencils/crayons
  • Mini stapler
  • Index Cards (3x5) (100)
  • Pencil Sharpener
  • Tape
  • Glue Sticks
  • White Out

PE Required:

  • Shorts with an elastic waist, sweatpants, and/or leggings
  • Tennis shoes (NO boots, sandals, slides, or Crocs allowed for safety reasons)
  • Long sleeve or short sleeve t-shirt
  • Sports bra

PE Optional:

  • Deodorant
  • Clean socks
  • Water bottle


Please check back for date and time


August 26 - 9th Grade
August 27 - All Grades attend

Back-to-School Verification

Before the beginning of every school year, we request that parents/guardians review and update their family and student information. ​Keeping your family's information up-to-date is crucial to receiving timely communication from the district and ensuring that you can be contacted in case of emergency. These updates can be done online through your ParentVUE account.  If you need a password to set up your ParentVue account email


This is the best deal in town.  For $20 you get in to all Metro League sports events free, discounts on yearbooks, dances, plays and more.


School photos are with Dorian Studios you may order at

Dates are August 30th and 31st.  Students will take their photos in their Language Arts class.


Student class schedules should be available in StudentVUE on August TBA. If you don't see your schedule then check back over the following few days.


The deadline for course change requests has passed.


New student registrations and current student back-to-school verifications can be completed online. Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Parent Video, and Parent Guide are available on the Online Registration webpage to help you through the process.

Register:  Shawna McMillen email at


Students eligible for Transportation Service will be assigned a bus route and a bus stop. For more information click here.


Check the AHS Calendar for activities and events. Check here for a summary of important dates.


Beaverton School District insurance does not cover student injuries due to accidents at school or during school-sponsored activities, such as field trips.  At the beginning of each school year, the District provides parents with information on a voluntary accident insurance program.  Parents should consider this insurance option if their student is not covered by a family health or accident insurance plan.

Coverage is required for students participating in interscholastic sports who cannot show proof of other accident or health coverage.  Students must purchase coverage under Interscholastic Tackle Football Accident Plan (grades 9-12) if participating in tackle football or Student Accident & Sickness Plan or Full-Time 24/7 Accident Plans for all other Interscholastic Sports.

Optional accident insurance and sports coverage is obtained by parents directly from Myers-Stevens & Toohey & Co., Inc.

  • Coverage Information and Application - English
  • Coverage Information and Application - Spanish

If you have purchased Student Accident & Health Insurance and need to file a claim, contact Myers-Stevens & Toohey & Co., Inc. at (800) 827-4695.


The Beaverton School District Clothes Closet is located in a portable on the west side of the District Administration Center, 16550 SW Merlo Rd. Service availability and appointment information can be found here.


The Multilingual Department (formerly Welcome Center) is located at 18640 NW Walker Rd., Entrance B of the Capital Center building, and houses the District’s English Language Learner (ELL) Program, Dual Language Program, Migrant Education Program as well as Translation and Interpretation Services.

The Department’s mission is to promote academic success and equitable access to educational opportunities for all Language Learners and Migrant students. The Multilingual Department provides a leadership role in providing assistance for Language Learners by promoting parent outreach, ensuring compliance of ELL and Migrant services, and facilitating professional development for ELL, Dual Language, and Migrant staff and classroom teachers.

Please contact Toshiko Maurizio, Administrator for Multilingual Programs, at (503) 356-3755 with any questions.


If you are experiencing housing difficulties you may qualify for additional services from Beaverton School District.

If you are living in any of the following situations:

  • Shared housing with other friends or families
  • Runaway/homeless youth, and students who are not living with a parent or legally court-appointed guardian
  • Temporary or transitional housing
  • Emergency and domestic violence shelters

  • Motels or hotels
  • Campgrounds or inadequate trailer homes
  • Substandard housing (homes without heat, water, or working appliances
  • Cars, abandoned buildings, parks, the streets or other public spaces

We may be able to help you:

  • Enroll in school
  • Remain in your school if you move to another area
  • With transportation to and from school
  • Receive free or reduced cost school meals
  • Social referrals
  • Other services

For more information, please visit the McKinney-Vento Homeless Program homepage.