The West Linn-Wilsonville School District, one of Oregon’s top-ranked school districts, serves Wilsonville north of the Willamette River with two elementary schools, a middle school, high school, special charter high school and an environmental studies center. Canby School District serves Charbonneau area south of Willamette River.
Over 1,300 students in grades K-5 attend either Boeckman Creek Primary or Boones Ferry Primary schools; nearly 700 students in grades 6-8 attend Inza R. Wood Middle School and just over 1,100 high-school students attend either Wilsonville High School or the Arts and Technology High School (ArtTech).
For higher-education, Clackamas Community College has a campus located in Wilsonville focusing on electrical utility training in conjunction with Portland General Electric and PacifCorp. Pioneer Pacific College, a private vocational-education institution has two campuses in Wilsonville, including one dedicated to health-care training.
Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT) plans to open a 131,000 square foot campus in Wilsonville which will create a pipeline of highly skilled workers for the city’s thriving cluster of high-tech businesses. By consolidating programs from four Portland area sites, OIT will be able to increase the number of students it serves by threefold, and spur creation of new degrees in specialized scientific and technical fields.
Other colleges/universities within a 25-mile radius of Wilsonville include George Fox University, Lewis & Clark College, Portland State University, University of Portland, Mt. Hood Community College and Chemeketa Community College.
To view the West Linn-Wilsonville School District statewide assessment results (and state report cards, adequate yearly progress reports and school SAT scores), visit the Student Achievement page.