Welcome to Rainier School District

Contact us at:

Rainier School District

28168 Old Rainier Rd.

Rainier, OR 97048


Rainier Jr./Sr. High School: 503.556.4215

Hudson Park Elementary: 503.556.0196

North Columbia Academy: 503.556.3777 ext. 280

If you are an individual with a hearing or speech impairment, you may call any RSD office through Oregon Telecommunications Relay Service (OTRS). Dial 1-800-735-2900 (OTRS). Ask the OTRS Operator to call RSD by providing the nuber of the person or department to whom you wish to speak. 




There will be school on the following days to make up some of the closure days due to inclement weather:

April 18, 2014

May 23, 2014


HPE Calendar - Revised to include make-up days

RJSHS/NCA Calendar - Revised to include make-up days





Mission Statement:


A spirited learning community creating educational opportunities for individual student success.



District Brochure

HPE 13/14 student calendar - Revised 9/9/13

RJSHS 13/14 student calendar - Revised 9/9/13

For Bus Snow Routes


Big Brother Big Sister - Click here for information

Book Drive - Click here for information

CC Rider information, Flyers 1 and 2

Rainier was founded in 1851 on the south bank of the Columbia River by Charles E. Fox and was originally named Eminence. The name Rainier was taken from Mount Rainier in Washington, which can be seen from hills above the city.

Rainier is surrounded by a number of rural communities. In the past, these places acted as separate communities. Today, most businesses and services have left these rural sites and the communities are part of a large unincorporated area that receives services out of Rainier. These communities include Fern Hill, Hudson, Alston, Apiary, Goble, and Prescott. Residents here may say they live in Rainier or will alternatively use the name of the individual community. In the mid-seventies, these rural areas, many with their own schools, were all consolidated into the current Rainier School District.