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Redmond School District (RSD) believes in offering rigorous and unique programs that allow choice and success for all students.  The district serves over 7,000 students in a 550 square mile area that includes Redmond and the unique neighboring communities of Alfalfa, Crooked River Ranch, Eagle Crest, Terrebonne, and Tumalo.  The District employs a staff of approximately 850 personnel. The RSD 2017-2018 total budget is $109 million with a general fund of $78.1 million. 

The District currently operates two K-8 community schools, five K-5 elementary schools, two middle schools, one charter school, two comprehensive high schools, one in-town kindergarten and one educational center. The district also offers Redmond K-12 Online, a virtual online school program for K-12 students that is offered as a full-time option for any student enrolled in the district.  The program allows students to take rigorous courses online while still having access to district resources such as athletics, clubs and extracurricular activities. The district also boasts a growing Career and Technical Education program at both high schools, offering real world readiness and job skills to students.

In the fall of 2016, Redmond School District opened the Redmond Early Learning Center (RELC) at Hugh Hartman. All kindergarten students from Redmond’s in-town elementary schools attend the center. In addition to kindergarten, RELC offers pre-kindergarten and other early learning resources in partnership with local agencies and community organizations.  More information can be found online at relc.redmondschools.org.

The district also sponsors a charter school, Redmond Proficiency Academy, for middle and high school students. For more information about Redmond Proficiency Academy visit www.rpacademy.org.

It is RSD's goal that all graduates are college-prepared and career-ready. Approximately 97.6 percent of the district's teachers meet highly qualified standards and the district maintains an Aa2 bond rating.  For more information about RSD and each individual school in the district, visit www.redmond.k12.or.us.

School

2017-2018

Total Enrollment

Edwin Brown Education Center

49

Terrebonne Community School

418

Tumalo Community School

400

Redmond Early Learning Center ** (Opened Fall 2016)

385

John Tuck Elementary School

393

Vern Patrick Elementary School

375

M.A. Lynch Elementary School

358

Tom McCall Elementary School

475

Sage Elementary School

512

Elton Gregory Middle School

636

Obsidian Middle School

608

Redmond Proficiency Academy*

883

Ridgeview High School

920

Redmond High School

974

Total District

7,482

Total District (Non-Charter)

6,599

*Charter School,  Source: Redmond School District

 

2017 SAT Scores

 

Reading and Writing*

Math*

Mean Total Score*

Redmond High School

504

482

986

Ridgeview High School

550

533

1,083

Redmond Proficiency Academy

568

526

1,096

Oregon

560

548

1108

US

533

527

1060

*Denotes preliminary scores. Sources: College Board, Redmond School District

There was a change in the SAT tests and scoring in 2017. Under the new scoring, the revised SAT Assessments are designed to measure college and career readiness, connection to classroom learning and inspire productive practice. It is Redmond School District’s goal that all graduates are college-prepared and career-ready. Approximately 97.6% of the District’s teachers meet Highly Qualified standards and the District maintains an Aa2 bond rating.  For more information about Redmond School district and each individual school in the district visit www.redmondschools.org.