WELCOME TO RIVERSIDE JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL--HOME OF THE PIRATES!
Welcome to Riverside Jr/Sr High School and the community of Boardman, Oregon!
We have a student population of about 400 students, grades 7-12, with class sizes averaging about 25. Despite its size, Riverside students enjoy a dynamic staff. Diversity is seen in the variety of clubs, athletic opportunities and some of the best technology available. The administration is great and supportive in creating a safe learning environment. Everything combined; Riverside offers unique opportunities that can’t be found in big schools.
Business Week and Greatschools ranked Riverside Jr/Sr High School #1 Top Academic Performance for Low Socio Economic Area and #1 Most Improved school in Oregon. GO PIRATES!
Boardman is a great place to live, work, play and raise a family. When asked, most will tell you it is the people who make this town so special. They are hardworking, forward thinking, energetic and supportive of their children, neighbors and community. We are proud of the way Boardman residents work together to provide opportunities for all ages – from sports teams to social events, to raising money for a good cause, there is always something to do and a new friend to meet.
School Delays & Closures Information
With the arrival of winter weather, we would like to remind parents/families about our district policy. If school is delayed or closed, the information is posted by 6:00 AM on:
- District Website
- District Facebook page
- Mobile App
- Automated calling system
- Regional media outlets (newspaper online, radio, tv stations)
The location with the most accurate information to confirm a delay/closure is the district website. On occasion, media inaccurately reports school delay/closure information. If schools must close early, notification is given using the same method.
If no notice is posted, school is running on regular schedule. If you have questions about the policy, please call the District Office or your child’s school.
Morrow County Graduation Rate Higher than State Average
Students in the Morrow County School District are graduating at a higher rate than other students across the state of Oregon, according to graduation rates released today by the Oregon Department of Education.
The statewide cohort graduation rate for 2015-16 is 74.83%. Morrow County School District’s average is more than 10 percentage points above that figure at 85.14%. All three high schools in the county had higher rates than the state average. The graduation rates are:
Morrow County School District 85.14%
Heppner Jr.-Sr. High School 96.15%
Irrigon Jr.-Sr. High School 88.46%
Riverside Jr.-Sr. High School 82.09%