The Sherwood School District is proud to serve the students and families of the Sherwood community. The District has four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Sherwood Schools offer excellent programs and opportunities for academic and extracurricular interests, including:
- High school graduation rates are among the top in the State of Oregon, with a graduation rate of 96.95% for the class of 2021.
- Robust Career & Technical Education (CTE) and STEM offerings
- Rich arts, music and athletic programs
- A Dual Language Immersion program at Hawks View Elementary
- Expansion of our Pre-Kindergarten offerings in the 2022-23 school year — program now available at Hawks View Elementary, Ridges Elementary, and Middleton Elementary
In the fall of 2020, the new Sherwood High School campus opened, a 73-acre campus providing students with state-of-the-art programs and facilities, and designed to increase student capacity at the high school level for years to come. Additionally, fall 2020 marked the completion of construction on the District’s “Transformation Projects,” with the former high school campus transforming into the new Sherwood Middle School, the former middle school campuses transforming into elementary schools, and the former Hopkins Elementary transforming into the new location of the District Office. These projects increased enrollment capacity at all levels, and brought increased efficiency and innovation to our support services and operations district-wide.
In addition to excellent facilities, the District is one of the largest employers in the City of Sherwood, with almost 600 teachers and staff members committed to serving the needs of Sherwood students and families. Whether it’s in the classroom, on a school bus, in the lunchroom or behind the scenes, the supportive and hardworking staff of the District contribute each and every day to the success of our students and schools.
Sherwood is nestled in the Tualatin Valley about seventeen miles from Portland. First platted in 1889 and later incorporated in 1893, Sherwood was named after the Sherwood Forest in England. The City celebrates this heritage with an annual Robin Hood Festival in July. Sherwood boasts a historic downtown, miles of walking trails, the new Center for the Arts, and is adjacent to the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. Click here for the City of Sherwood official website.
Washington County is one of three Oregon counties making up the Greater Portland Metropolitan area. The county covers 725 square miles and is known for its moderate weather. Click here for the Washington County official website.
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Community of Sherwood
- Square Miles – 4.5
- Estimated population – 19, 879
SSD School Enrollments
- Sherwood School District Total- 4,717
- Archer Glen Elementary – 333
- Hawks View Elementary – 474
- Ridges Elementary – 669
- Middleton Elementary – 398
- Sherwood Middle School – 1,138
- Sherwood High School – 1,722
- Sherwood Charter School- 217
Publications and Reports
Each year, the Oregon Department of Education releases the report card ratings for Oregon’s K-12 public schools. The annual report cards provide parents and community members with a comprehensive overview of each school’s performance in the areas of academic achievement, attendance or graduation, and participation, along with key school statistics and an overall rating. Please see the link below to access the annual state report cards.