Whether youâ€™re looking for something in the heart of the city in Downtown Wilsonville, in the up and coming area of Stafford, something close to the convenience of I-5, or something on the outskirts of the city with a little quieter pace, you can find the home you desire in Wilsonville. This city is a great place to relocate your family.
Wilsonville is nestled between Portland, Oregonâ€™s largest city and Salem, the stateâ€™s capital. Once a small farming community, Wilsonville is now a fast growing city of 19,000+.
On the business side, Wilsonville is home to some of Oregonâ€™s largest and most influential corporate citizens, including Xerox, Mentor Graphics, Precision Interconnect, Hollywood Entertainment, Sysco Food Services of Portland, Costco, GI Joes Inc., Rite Aid, Vision Plastics, Fryâ€™s Electronics, Nike, Flir and many others. For residents, Wilsonville provides many city services including police, mass transit, senior services, parks & recreation, a newly expanding library, new civic center and new city hall. With the cityâ€™s commitment to smart community planning and development, Wilsonville will continue to maintain its family friendly, small town feel as it grows and continues to be recognized as a beautiful place to both live and work.
The West Linn-Wilsonville School District covers 42 square miles in the south metropolitan area of Portland, Oregon. The district includes two towns, West Linn and Wilsonville, and a rural area of Clackamas County. The district is a K-12 public school system with approximately 8,000 students.
The West Linn-Wilsonville School District prides itself on substantial staff development opportunities for its teaching staff. It is the districtâ€™s belief that a well-educated staff serves its students well. Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) scores are among the highest in Oregon, and Oregon consistently ranks first or second in SAT scores nationwide for states in which fifty percent or more of the graduating seniors take the test. Approximately 90 percent of all West Linn-Wilsonville graduates go on to two- and four-year colleges.
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