Welcome to the Hockinson School District! We seek to inspire all to live with strong core values and to become competent, responsible learners. Hockinson Schools aim to develop independent thinkers who can positively contribute to our changing world.
Our dedicated staff members are truly the heart of our district, committed to student learning, maximizing resources and caring for our facilities. As a three-school district of nearly 2,000 students, we are proud of where we’ve been and excited about where we’re headed, with a promise to prepare students for future success.
That is #TheHockinsonWay
It was the summer of 1870 when a group of citizens from the small settlement of Eureka, Washington (which would come to be known as Hockinson) gathered together for the purpose of establishing a public school. From this desire to educate young people in the community, a school board was born, and the seeds of Hockinson School District had been planted.
Today, 150 years since that fateful meeting, Hockinson School District carries on a tradition of preparing all students for lifelong success. With a commitment to providing the highest quality education to all of our students, we're proud of our ability to offer a wide variety of academic pathways and of our high graduation rate, which is above 94 percent. The district takes pride in being a responsible steward of public resources and maintaining our facilities.
None of the district's successes would be possible without our dedicated teachers, staff and members of the Hockinson community. We are proud of our past and excited about our future, knowing that it will be shaped by the teaching and learning of today.
Click here to view our "A History of Hockinson Schools" Slideshow.
- Hockinson School District includes three schools (Hockinson Heights Elementary School, Hockinson Middle School, Hockinson High School) and a District Office.
- The District operates a preschool and a transition program for individuals 18 to 21 years old.
- We are located in Brush Prairie, which is in unincorporated Clark County, WA.
- The District Office hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., M-F, except on public holidays.
- The District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors and the Superintendent.
- Steve Marshall, District Superintendent, is the executive officer of the Board and is responsible for the administration of the schools under applicable laws and policies of the District.