Riverdale School District is an independent school district, comprising two schools that serve more than 600 families living in a residential, wooded area seven miles south of downtown Portland, Oregon and adjacent to the city of Lake Oswego.
Riverdale Grade SchoolK-8th grade11733 S Breyman Ave.
Portland, OR 97219
503-262-4842Riverdale Grade School provides an exceptional, academically rigorous, comprehensive kindergarten through 8th grade program. Our engaging faculty, project-based learning, integrated arts, and friendly students and parents make this community everything that it is – an exciting, energetic place where your child will be challenged intellectually and welcomed for who they are.
Riverdale High School9th-12th grade9727 SW Terwilliger Blvd.
Portland, OR 97219
503-262-4844Riverdale High School offers an intimate approach focused on individualized, college preparatory education and complemented by a wide range of co-curricular activities. Honors coursework is available for all core classes and students perform 90 hours of community service and complete an intensive capstone project.
State Report Cards
Each year, the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) prepares a report card for every school and district in the state, including data on student testing performance, attendance and graduation rates, staffing and other statistical information. These report cards also provide state and federal ratings of schools and districts based on formulas that take various subsets of the data into account. Per state law, school districts must ensure that all parents have access to their local school and district report cards by January 15. You can find these reports on ODE's website under Reports/Report Cards, and the past few years are linked here for your convenience. Should you need these in a different format, you may contact the district office at 503-262-4840.
2016-17: District / Grade School / High School (NOTE: In the outcomes section of this report, you will see our number of freshmen on track to graduate is significantly lower than previous years. This is due to a reporting error. Our corrected data shows >95% of last year's freshman class earned the appropriate amount of credits to be on track for graduation.)