Century Student Survey

At Century High School, we value the views and experiences of our students.  We work to provide equitable opportunities for students, but acknowledge that racism and bias still exist in education today.  Over the next two weeks, we are extending an opportunity for students to share their views about their experience in our high school so that we can learn more about ways to continue to improve.  If you choose to participate, please know that all information is anonymous.  

Please only take the survey once, and please answer honestly and sincerely.  Just a couple of points on confidentiality and anonymity:

  • Throughout the survey, please only answer questions with which you are comfortable.
  • All data will be held confidentially.
  • At no point will the information you provide be shared in a way that would allow you to be personally identified.
  • If you have any questions about this research, please contact Donna Servignat (Assistant Principal)

Click here to take this survey

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Free ACT testing

Attention Juniors and Junior Parents,

On Saturday, June 13 at Century High School, Hillsboro School District is offering free ACT testing. 

Sign up in the Career/Counseling Center with Mrs. Bothum or Ms. Turner no later than April 10.

Please contact Trudy Bothum at 503-844-1810 or bothumt@hsd.k12.or.us for further information.

NEW Century Writing Center

  • Need help writing an essay for your English class?
  • Are those college application essays stressing you out?
  • Do you have a writing assignment that you are confused about?

Come to the NEW Century Writing Center! Meet us in the Library everyday before school at 8:00 and during BOTH lunches the writing center is here to help YOU!

Don't fear the paper, come get help!

AP STUDENTS Reminder...

qrcode for registration siteAP Scores will not be mailed home this year.

In order to access your scores in July, you will need to register online at collegeboard.org/shareap.

You can also access the registration site from your smart phone with your QR reader application.

Century & District Report Card

Adequate Yearly Progress The No Child Left Behind Act requires the annual determination of whether schools, districts, and states have made adequate yearly progress (AYP) toward the goal of having all students meet rigorous state academic standards by the 2013-2014 school year. Each year, the performance of all students in the school and district, as well as subgroups of students, is measured against annual performance targets.

Volunteer Information

New Online Volunteer Application: This school year was the first in which Hillsboro School District required an application and background check for all volunteers—an important step in ensuring the safety of our students. We truly appreciate the time each of our volunteers took to go through the required steps.

Now, however, the District must humbly ask volunteers to repeat this process for good reason—the District is pleased to announce its new completely automated system for managing volunteers. The current manual process was extremely time intensive, both for schools and the Human Resources department. The online system is quick and efficient, returning background check results and populating them to a database that can be checked by staff within minutes, allowing volunteers to begin helping our schools and students right away.

Please complete the application as soon as possible—the District will not be charged for any background checks completed by October 1, 2011. Please note that all interested patrons are asked to complete the application even if they filled out paperwork and were cleared this school year. Thank you very much for your assistance and your interest in helping our schools!

Important School Information

  • Main Office: 503-844-1800
  • Fax: 503-844-1825
  • Attendance Office: 503-844-1821

Bell Schedule

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Emergency School Closures

In the event that school is closed or will open late because of inclement weather, the following radio stations will begin announcing school closures by 5:30 a.m.: KUIK (1360), KEX (1190), KXL (750), KKRZ (100.3), KKCW (103.3) or television stations KATU (2), KOIN (6) and KGW (8).