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    About Hillsboro

    Making his way across the continent along the arduous Oregon Trail, American pioneer David Hill settled in the Tualatin Valley, just west of Portland in the 1840’s. Hill gave his name to the area which would later be known as Hillsboro. Hill served as a representative in early Oregon politics and attended the Champoeg Meeting of 1843 where the primary issue was about wolves killing livestock. The meeting also established a provisional government with the stated goal to join the United States. Hill died nine years before the state entered the Union in 1859. Hill is buried in the Hillsboro Pioneer Cemetery. In 1872 the Willamette Railroad came to Hillsboro followed by the city receiving its charter in 1876. Today, Hillsboro is best known as part of the “Silicon Forest” a term referring to the number of high-tech companies which have moved into the Portland area. Hillsboro is home to semiconductor chip manufacturer Intel as well as several other tech related firms.

    A Hillsboro tutor will keep you caught up on your academic studies so you can enjoy the many things to do in Hillsboro and the wider Portland metropolitan area. For nature lovers, the Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve offers visitors views of birds, wildlife and native plants. Originally used by Native Americans for hunting and gathering the wetlands underwent several decades of destructive farming techniques until conservationists in the 1970’s returned the land to its natural beauty by constructing ponds to attract native wildlife. Today the wetlands feature 150 species of birds and an increasing number of mammals such bobcat, beaver, deer and elk. Just north of Hillsboro, Roloff Farm is both a working farm as well as an adventure land full of unique structures including a pirate ship, tree house, swamp fort and a bridge to nowhere. The Roloff family has been featured on reality television shows and they offer private tours of the property throughout the year.

    For history lovers, the Washington County Museum in Hillsboro displays the unique history of this part of the United States with exhibits reflecting the area’s Native American heritage as well as chronicling the European-American settlers who arrived in Oregon beginning in the late 18th century. Museum topics include the indigenous Kalapuya, explorers, trappers, traders, farming and forestry. Exhibits with titles such as “Timber in the Tualatin Valley,” “Americans All: The Bracero Program in Washington County” and “Washington County Goes to War” draw thousands of visitors to the museum every year.

    For a museum with a different flavor, the Rice Museum of Rocks and Minerals features a variety of fine rocks, minerals, fossils, meteorites and gemstones from the local area and around the world. Constructed in 1952 by logger Richard Rice as his family home, the museum’s building has been noted for its unique architectural features and is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places. Prepared with the assistance of the Cascadia Meteorite Laboratory, the Rice Museum’s display of space matter is full of astonishing facts and specimens.

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    Grade Potential Tutoring is proud to provide Hillsboro students with the opportunity to win a semi-annual college scholarship of $1,000! We are proud to assist students with their investment in education. Many local families trust us with their educational investment on a regular basis, so we feel great about giving back in a similar way! Click below to learn more about our scholarship program and how to apply.Learn How To Apply

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