About the Pendleton School District

The Pendleton School District has an enrollment of approximately 3080 students in the early learning center, three elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. There are approximately 246 kindergartners, 1,135 elementary students (grades 1-5), 753 middle school students (grades 6-8) and 851 high school students (grades 9-12).

246 Kindergarten

Grades (K)

1,135 Elementary

Grades (1-5)

753 Middle School

Grades (6-8)

851 High School

Grades (9-12)

District Advantages – Big City Educational Opportunities in a Rural Community

The PSD has distinct advantages not always found in districts of a similar size.

  • Students in Pendleton schools usually score well on state achievement tests. Traditionally, those students who plan to attend college score well above state and national scores on the SAT.
  • The PSD is staffed with many dedicated long-term employees.
  • Grades 1-12 are provided opportunities with a full Music program.
  • The Pendleton High School offers a comprehensive Career & Technical Education (CTE) program.
  • Middle school students have a rich choice of elective programs to choose from.

Outstanding Programs and Community Involvement

The Pendleton schools have an outstanding music program with instruction in band, choir and orchestra at the middle and senior high schools.

Pendleton sports programs have long-standing reputations for winning, attributed in large part to the tremendous community pride, spirit and tradition. Many sports start at the grade school level and continue through high school with a positive attitude and thus a winning program.

The district also has many school-related clubs, organizations and extracurricular activities that give students the opportunity to be involved in their schools and community.  An aggressive DARE program, character education program and gang awareness education is stressed at all levels.