Attendance is crucial for student success at all of our Hillsboro schools, including Hillsboro Online.  A student is considered “in attendance” by logging in and communicating with each of their teachers.  This communication can be through email or our message system, over the phone or in person at our site. This requirement is directly stated in the State of Oregon Attendance Manual referencing virtual (online) schools. It is strongly recommended that your student be online completing coursework every day, just as if they were attending traditional school. Attendance will be taken every school day and it is expected that students will be in attendance four out of five days per week.

If a student is ill or absent for an extended period parents are requested to call or email school and report the absence to Kristina Estrada at 503-844-1050.  Calls may be placed 24 hours a day as we regularly check phone and email messages.

Tech Stuff

By logging in to Google with their District email and password, students have access to Google Apps like Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drive.  For more information on Google Apps, including how to access your account, please refer to "Intro to HSD Google Accounts."

Another option available to all students of Hillsboro School District is the ability to install Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook in up to 5 PCs and Macs and get Office apps for their mobile devices for free!  To install, students must log into their district email.  Once logged in, look for the alert bell in the top right corner and the "Microsoft Office for free" message.  Click on Install now and follow the prompts.

HSD Talented & Gifted

Click the logo for more information!


Hillsboro Learning Center

Sylvan Learning

Patrick Educational Services


Progressive Methods Tutoring

**HOA and the Hillsboro School District does not sponsor, nor endorse, any of the above listed companies; this is for information only.


2016-2017 District Calendar
-adopted December 8, 2015

HSD Athletics

The Hillsboro School District believes that interscholastic athletics is an integral part of our total educational program. Every effort must be made to provide as broad and comprehensive an experience to as many students as possible. There should be as many athletic opportunities in schools as can be adequately coached, managed and funded. Competitive athletes are selected on the basis of the needs, interests and basic abilities of students as appropriate to their physical and emotional maturity.

We believe that meaningful involvement and participation in competitive activities promotes overall student success in many ways, including increased commitment to academic improvement, improved school attendance, positive work ethic, and a healthy understanding of competition and sportsmanship.

While we recognize that striving to win is one of the measures of success in any endeavor, the coaches and athletes should not do so at any cost. Sportsmanship and excellence together must be stressed at all times. The winning of championships should be a product of ethical coaching, talented athletes, and competition conducted with sportsmanship in mind.



Athletics Handbook

Athletic & Activity Handbook (Parents)

Athletic & Activity Handbook (Parents - Spanish)

Athletics Participation Form

Athletics Participation Form (Spanish)

Golf/Tennis/Tier II Program Participation Form

Facilities Use Request Form

Fund Raising Event Request Form

Physical Exam Form

Transportation Release (Student Driver)

Transportation Release Form (Alternate Adult Driver)


6A Pacific Conference (Glencoe, Century, and Hihi)
5A NWOC - Northwest Oregon Conference (Liberty)
OSAA - Oregon School Activities Association (governs state activities) 

HSD Community Resource Guide

Click HERE to find additional community resources in our area.

Getting to HOA

HOA is lucky to be close to several stops served by Tri-Met.  We are located 5 blocks (0.4 miles) North of the Hillsboro Central/SE 3rd Ave Transit Center (stop 9846), which is served by MAX & Buses.

To plan your trip to see us, click here for Tri-Met's Interactive Map.

Family Resources

Housing & Homeless Services: 503.640.3263
- Sheltering families in times of crisis, promoting housing stability

Child Care Resource & Referral: 971.223.6100
or 800.624.9516
- Connecting families with child care providers in Washington & Columbia Counties

Early Head Start & Head Start: 503.693.3262
- Comprehensive programs serving children from infancy to age five

Energy Assistance: 503.615.0771
- Helping families stay warm and safe

Emergency Rent Assistance: 503.615.0770
- Keeping families in their homes

FIND help Information & Referral:
- A comprehensive online database of community resources

Opening Doors: 503.517.3198
- Pregnancy and parenting support

Weatherization: 503.906.6550
- Helping families reduce energy costs through conservation service

Community Assistance

Oregon Food Bank

503-282-0555 (Portland)
1-800-777-7427 (statewide)
Call for a referral to local agencies that provide emergency food boxes.

Oregon Helps

Free, confidential on-line screening tool to find out if you may qualify for any of 28 different service programs offering help with food and other needs.

Oregon SafeNet

1-800-723-3638 (1-800-SAFENET)
Information and referrals to a variety of food, housing, medical and other assistance programs.

Food for Oregon

Searchable database of non-emergency community food programs in Oregon and Southwest Washington. Food for Oregon is a collaboration of Oregon State University Extension Service and Oregon Food Bank.

 Hillsboro Online Academy  452 NE Third Avenue Hillsboro, Oregon  97124  Phone: 503-844-1050 Fax: 503-844-1051 
 Hillsboro Online Academy  452 NE Third Avenue Hillsboro, Oregon  97124  Phone: 503-844-1050 Fax: 503-844-1051 

 Hillsboro Online Academy  452 NE Third Avenue Hillsboro, Oregon  97124  Phone: 503-844-1050 Fax: 503-844-1051 

 Hillsboro Online Academy  452 NE Third Avenue Hillsboro, Oregon  97124  Phone: 503-844-1050 Fax: 503-844-1051