The complete rebuild of Beaverton High School will be the largest project in the bond at a cost of $253 million. The new building will be three stories tall and roughly 290,000 square feet. Because there is no viable swing school, students will attend school on site during construction. The new building will be located on the empty grass field along SW Farmington Road. Once the new school is completed, the old one will be torn down and replaced with a parking lot or other programming.
Beaverton High School was the only high school in the Facilities Condition Assessment report evaluated to be in critical condition. The original part of the school dates back to 1916.
Construction will start in July 2024, and the school will open in August 2026.
Beaverton High School students and staff voted for their favorite hard hat sticker and the winner is… a design by Edward Hodes!
The Beaverton High School Rebuild project has a specialized committee to help the district incorporate art, wayfinding and history into the new building.
Here are some NEW designs of what Beaverton High School could look like in the future.
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What the front of Beaverton High School could look like one day.
View of what Beaverton High School could look like from Southwest Stott Avenue and Southwest Farmington Road.
Once students attend the new Beaverton High School, there will be a drop off area for buses.
View from Southwest Stott Avenue and Southwest 2nd Street.
Construction on the new Beaverton High School will start in 2024.
The new Beaverton High School will feature natural lighting among other key details in the design.
The student commons area will feature an open layout for the new Beaverton High School.
Beaverton High School's library will have natural light incorporated for students and staff but final colors, furniture or other details are subject to change.
New renderings show what the hallway leading up to the library space in the new BHS could look like.
Opening Fall 2026
292,000 sq. ft.
1,500 Student Capacity
36 General Education, 8 Science, 3 Special Education, 4 CTE Classrooms & 2 CTE Labs
Better accessibility for those experiencing disabilities
Elimination of $53,000,000 in deferred maintenance
Natural Light & Fresh Air
Large Venue for School & Community Events
Synthetic Turf Fields
Completed 2014 Bond Projects
To review the projects that were completed at Beaverton High School as part of the 2014-2022 Bond, visit the 2014-2022 Bond webpage.