MHS

McMinnville High School is a comprehensive high school with a student enrollment of approximately 2,000 students. MHS provides diverse academic and extracurricular opportunities to students.

Principal: Tony Vicknair
Assistant Principals: Mark Hinthorn, Amy Fast, Veronica Chase
Office Manager: Sherry Toliver

Main Office: 503-565-4200
Attendance: 503-565-4208
Fax: 503-565-4244

School Website

MHS Bruin
Alumni Website

School Hours: 8:25 a.m. to 3:20 p.m.
School Location:  View on Map


 

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

Duniway Middle School serves over 760 students. School staff are committed to creating a caring community of students, educators, support staff and parents. "Carpe Diem" is the school theme: staff help students "seize the day" to reach their goals.

Principal:
Hilary Brittan
Assistant Principal: Marty Palacios
Office Manager:  Rosemary Rice
Main Office: 503-565-4400
Fax: 503-565-4414


Patton

Patton Middle School provides students with opportunities to build a sense of "other" through service to school and community. Students access a wide variety of academic, elective and extracurricular programs in a positive school climate and a student achievement focus. Patton serves approximately 800 students.

Principal: Brian Crain
Main Office: 503-565-4500
Fax: 503-565-4515

School Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
School Location: View on Map


 

Buel

Sue Buel Elementary School is the district's newest school, built with funds from the construction bond passed by the community in 2006. Buel is a highly efficient "green" school that earned the first LEED for Schools Gold certification in the state by the U.S. Green Building Council. Buel's sustainable landscaping, lighting and plumbing features offer significant annual operational savings.

Buel serves approximately 535 students.

Principal: Darlene Geddes

Main Office: 503-565-5500
Fax: 503-565-5506

School Website

School Hours: 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
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Columbus

Columbus Elementary School, constructed in 1995, is the third school building on the school site. The original school was built in 1892, the brick building that replaced it was damaged beyond repair in the 1993 earthquake.

Columbus serves 525 students in grades K-5. The school mission is "Empowering Children to be responsible lifelong learners."
Principal: Kathi Fowler
Main Office: 503-565-4600
Fax: 503-565-4606

 

Grandhaven

At Grandhaven Elementary School, the motto is "Student success...whatever it takes." Enrollment is about 520 students, and each student is assigned specific, attainable achievement goals.

​​Principal: Margie Johnson
Main Office:  503-565-4700
Fax: 503-565-4706

 

At Memorial Elementary School we strive to provide an environment where students experience excellence in learning, pride in hard work and accomplishment, and the excitement of being part of our caring school community.

Principal: Dan Sheppard
Main Office: 503-565-4800
Fax: 503-565-4806

Newby

A positive academic and social climate is the key to student success at Newby Elementary School. School staff promote multicultural awareness, critical thinking and curiosity that build on students' prior knowledge and life experiences.

Principal: Davey Altree
Main Office: 503-565-4900
Fax: 503-565-4906


 

Wascher

At Wascher Elementary School in Lafayette, the goal is to empower all students to be lifelong learners. The school climate encourages mutual respect in a safe and caring atmosphere.

Wascher serves approximately 420 students. 
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Principal: Kourtney Ferrua
Main Office: 503-565-5400
Fax: 503-565-5406
School Website