The atrium at Central Catholic High School in Portland.

Looking for information on the ever-evolving private school scene in Portland? Look no further: Here's the only guide in the city that includes side-by-side comparisons of tuition, class size, acceptance rates and other need-to-know information as you start your search. 

A few caveats, before you dive in:

Data is voluntarily self-reported for the current academic year. A dash indicates data was not shared or is not applicable. Tuition ranges might not reflect pre-K, part-time attendance, sibling discounts, rates for boarding or international students, or required fees. Schools offering only preschool and/or kindergarten were excluded, as were schools that did not complete Portland Monthly’s survey.

Wondering why you don't see public school data here? Portland Monthly has published similar grids for public schools in the past. But with large districts like Portland Public and Beaverton Public experiencing ongoing boundary shifts, annexations, grade reconfigurations, and other changes, available data on many schools would be out of date or of limited use. Information on language immersion, focus options, magnets, and other special programs at public schools can be found on district websites. Recent state report cards and standardized test results are available at oregon.gov/ode. (Do note that the percent of students meeting state benchmarks often shows a correlation with a school’s family income levels; find up-to-date neighborhood median incomes in our handy guide.)

County School Grade range Total K–12 enrollment for 2020–2021 Average class size K–12 tuition range ($) Percentage of students receiving financial aid (%) Average financial aid grant ($) Acceptance rate (%) Application deadline for 2022–2023 Website Address City State Zip Phone number School philosophy/type Black or African American (%) Asian/Pacific Islander (%) White (%) Hispanic/Latino (%) Multiracial/Other (%) Number of full-time faculty Total hours in a school day Number of school days in a normal school year Uniforms or specific clothing required? On-site library? Athletic programs Languages taught Number of AP courses offered (for school with grades 9–12 only): Other information from school  
Clackamas Arbor School of Arts and Sciences K–8 189 15,000 11 5,500 56 1/28/2022 arborschool.org 4201 SW Borland Rd Tualatin Oregon 97062 503-638-6399 Progressive 0.5 2 83 1 13 32 6.5 165 No Yes no athletic programs Spanish (6-8) Sitting just outside of Portland's Urban Growth Boundary, our campus retains the rural character of the original 5-acre horse farm with which we began in 1989. The buildings we have constructed over the years have a rustic and functional aesthetic, and all our classrooms provide ample natural light and views of our forests, fields, and gardens.  
Clackamas Christa McAuliffe Academy School of Arts and Sciences K–12 595 20 4,495–9,745 90 Rolling until capactiy met cmasas.org 5200 Meadows Rd Ste 150 Lake Oswego Oregon 97035 503-226-7374 Learning differences, College prep, Personalized 20 6 210 No No None Spanish, Italian, French, German, Japanese. 8 We are completely online serving students worldwide.  
Clackamas La Salle Catholic College Preparatory 9–12 661 20 16,100 62 7,250 94 1/14/22, then rolling lsprep.org 11999 SE Fuller Rd Milwaukie Oregon 97222 503-659-4155 Catholic, Learning differences, College prep 4 11 63 8 14 55 6.75 180 No Yes baseball, basketball, cheer, chess, cross country, dance, equestrian, football, golf, lacrosse, skiing, snowboarding, soccer, softball, speech & debate, swimming, tennis track & field, volleyball French, German, Spanish 13 La Salle Prep is a Catholic co-ed high school of 675 students in the SE Portland metropolitan area. We offer rigorous college-prep, honors, and AP classes in everything from fine arts to physics, as well as electives ranging from computer science, anatomy & physiology, marine biology, and creative writing to drama and band. Our brand new Saalfeld Athletic Center provides student athletes with an incredible facility - it's no wonder that La Salle Prep was recognized during the OSAA Academic All-State awards for outstanding academic achievements in the classroom. Football and boys' soccer had the highest team GPA among all 5A schools fielding teams and volleyball, girls soccer, and girls and boys cross country teams made the top 10! All that – plus teachers committed to your success, opportunities to express your faith, community service that makes a difference, activities that engage the mind and body, and especially our state of the art makerspace in our M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Innovation and Design Center.  
Clackamas The Marylhurst School PK–8 110 20 13,075–13,750 10 2,500 80 None/Rolling themarylhurstschool.org 15544 SW Clackamas River Dr Oregon City Oregon 97045 503-650-0978 Progressive 1 4 91 2 2 15 6.5 170 No Yes n/a Spanish  
Clackamas Micha-el School K–8 100 18 6,370–8,340   micha-elschool.org 13515A SE Rusk Rd Milwaukie Oregon 97222 503-882-3322 Waldorf-inspired  
Clackamas North Clackamas Christian School PK–12 227 18 7,035–8,370 10 90 None/Rolling ncchristianschool.com 19575 Sebastian Way Oregon City Oregon 97045 503-655-5961 Christian, College prep 6 163 No Yes soccer, volleyball, basketball, track & field, baseball Spanish   The school has dual accreditation with Cognia and ACSI. Independent Christian School since 1974.  
Clackamas Park Academy 3–12 100 8 21,500 35 40 1/31/2022 parkacademy.org 1915 South Shore Blvd Lake Oswego Oregon 97034 503-594-8800 Learning differences (Serving students with dyslexia and other learning differences) 19 7 150 No No None None 3  
Clackamas Portland Waldorf School PK–12 199 15 15,880–19,595 40 6,059 90 None/Rolling portlandwaldorf.org 2300 SE Harrison St Milwaukie Oregon 97222 503-654-2200 Waldorf, Progressive 7 57 2 12 22 6.5 169 Yes Yes Basketball, volleyball, track, ultimate frisbee English, Spanish, German   Portland Waldorf School is a mission-driven, independent school that educates children from prekindergarten through grade 12.  
Clackamas St. John the Apostle Catholic School PK–8 177 20 7,169 47 1,500 98 None/Rolling sja-eagles.com 516 Fifth St Oregon City Oregon 97045 503-742-8232 Catholic 19 7 179 Yes Yes Basketball Track Swimming Volleyball English Spanish  
Clark Cascadia School 1–8 105 20 10,380–10,560 25 90 3/1/2022 cascadiaschool.org 10606 NE 14th St Vancouver Washington 98664 360-944-8096 Montessori 10 7 172 No Yes None Varies  
Clark Cedar Tree Classical Christian School K–12 218 17 3,900–7,200 10 60 None/Rolling cedartreeschool.org 20601 NE 29th Ave Ridgefield Washington 98642 360-887-0190 Christian 16 6.5 170 Yes Yes Cross Country, Archery Latin, Greek, Spanish  
Clark Gardner School of Arts & Sciences PK–6 82 14 17,500–19,500 20 1/31/2022 gardnerschool.org 16413 NE 50th Ave Vancouver Washington 98686 360-574-5752 Progressive, Multiple Intelligences 18 7 181 No No Outdoor education and experiences Spanish Founded in 1995, the Gardner School is southwest Washington’s only independent, private progressive student-centered learning environment, serving students from preschool through 6th grade. Inspired by the theory of multiple intelligences – identified by Harvard professor Howard Gardner – our community of teachers and learners recognizes and honors many ways of learning, thinking and expressing. Our whole-child philosophy integrates homeroom studies in mathematics, language arts, social studies and outdoor learning with specialist teachers in five disciplines: science, music, art, Spanish and physical education. Preschoolers enjoy music, physical education and Spanish classes. Our small class sizes promote individualized instruction while our beautiful campus allows teachers to use all facets of the environment to stimulate learning. At Gardner, we believe in creating not only avid learners, but inspired and engaged global citizens. The Gardner School is a member of the Washington Federation of Independent Schools (WFIS) and a subscriber member of the Northwest Association of Independent Schools (NWAIS). We are licensed by the State of Washington Office of Public Instruction (OSPI) and the Washington State Board of Education. The Gardner School also operates a fully licensed childcare facility through the Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF).  
Clark Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School PK–8 166 19 7,462–9,485 30 98 None/Rolling lourdesvan.org 4701 NW Franklin St Vancouver Washington 98663 360-696-2301 Catholic 13 7 180 Yes Yes Volleyball, basketball, swimming, track, field Spanish  
Multnomah All Saints School PK–8 484 25 6,900–7,900   allsaintsportland.com 601 NE César E. Chávez Blvd Portland Oregon 97232 503-236-6205 Catholic  
Multnomah Central Catholic High School 9–12 815 21 16,372 39 7,788 95 1/15/22 for 9th, rolling for transfers centralcatholichigh.org 2401 SE Stark St Portland Oregon 97214 503-235-3138 Catholic, Learning differences, College prep 7 7 63 7 15 69 6.5 178 No Yes Football, cross-country, soccer, volleyball, cheer and song, basketball, ski racing, snowboarding, swimming, baseball, golf, lacrosse, softball, tennis, track and field Spanish, French, Japanese, American Sign Language 14  
Multnomah Childpeace Montessori School PK–8 286 21 11,100–21,780 5 3,754 65 2/4/22, rolling for toddlers childpeace.org 1516 NW Thurman St Portland Oregon 97209 503-222-1197 Montessori 1 3.4 58.7 1 19.9 41 6 169 No No n/a Spanish  
Multnomah Columbia Christian School PK–12 250 18 7,280–7,900 35 3,000 80 None/Rolling columbiachristian.com 9101 E Burnside St Portland Oregon 97216 503-252-8577 Christian, College prep 12 13 65 4 6 20 7 170 No Yes volleyball, soccer, cross country, basketball, track, disc golf Spanish 7 The mission of Columbia Christian School is to provide a Christ-centered education focused on excellence in faith, character, and academics to students from Pre-K through 12th grade. Columbia's core values include: fostering relationships, pursuing truth, and preparing students for an abundant life of Christian leadership and service. Established in 1947, and with national accreditation, Columbia equips students for success. The caring faculty and friendly community make Columbia a welcoming place for young people. Beyond the classroom, students have the opportunity to participate in field trips, volunteer projects, class retreats, and extracurricular activities like band, choir, yearbook, drama, and sports.  
Multnomah De La Salle North Catholic High School 9–12 280 17 2,995 92 2,895 80 1/15/2022 delasallenorth.org 4300 NE Killingsworth St Portland Oregon 97218 503-285-9385 Catholic, College prep, Corporate Work Study Program 39 6 7 35 13 24 7.5 180 Yes No Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Track & Field Spanish 3 Known as “The School That Works,” our students generate 50 percent of the cost of their education by working five days a month at one of our 80 Corporate Work Study Program partners. Rigorous academics coupled with exposure to real world work opportunities are the reasons that 98% of our graduating seniors earn acceptance to college each year.  
Multnomah Franciscan Montessori Earth School PK–8 260 20 9,000–13,000 3 99 None/Rolling fmes.org 14750 SE Clinton St Portland Oregon 97236 503-760-8220 Montessori, Catholic, Progressive 20 7 180 No No sports through Catholic Youth Organization German, Spanish  
Multnomah Franciscan Montessori Earth School and St. Francis Academy PK–8 257 20 7,740–13,080 17 1,000 50 None/Rolling fmes.org 14750 SE Clinton St Portland Oregon 97236 503-760-8220 Catholic 3 28 57 10 2 44 7 179 No Yes Basketball, track, volleyball, instructional soccer, cross-country Spanish German The Franciscan Montessori Earth School is based on Montessori Principles, and part of that methodology involves numerous outings throughout the year.  
Multnomah French American International School PK–8 451 16 18,845–22,116 10 8,721 88 2/1/22, then rolling faispdx.org 8500 NW Johnson St Portland Oregon 97229 503-292-7776 Language Immersion 52 7 170 No Yes Basketball, soccer, volleyball, track & field, cross country French, German, Mandarin, Spanish, English FAIS is fully authorized IB World School for PS-8th grade with facilities on 15 acres- including playground, gymnasiums, playing field, nature trail, multi-sensory Discovery Park, outdoor classrooms, computer labs, and a dedicated Center for the Arts.  
Multnomah Grace Lutheran School K–8 76 15 2,825–7,365 85 4,000 95 None/Rolling grace-wels.net 2252 SE 92nd Ave Portland Oregon 97216 503-777-8628 Christian, Lutheran 2 2 89 2 5 5 7 162 No Yes Soccer, basketball, softball, volleyball, track English  
Multnomah Holy Cross Catholic School PK–8 201 6,300   holycrosspdx.org 5202 N Bowdoin St Portland Oregon 97203 503-289-3010 Catholic  
Multnomah Holy Redeemer PK–8 228 6,533–8,219   holyredeemerpdx.org 127 N Rosa Parks Way Portland Oreon 97217 503-283-5197 Catholic  
Multnomah International School of Portland (formerly The International School) PK–5 325 13 19,990 18 8,585 None/Rolling intlschool.org 2305 S Water Ave Portland Oregon 97201 503-226-2496 Language Immersion, International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IBPYP) 1 10 39 9 25 45 7 174 No Yes N/A Mandarin, Japanese, Spanish, English Founded in 1990, the Portland International School educates future global citizens through its unique blend of full language immersion, dynamic academics and warm, multicultural community. It is one of only two schools in the United States to provide three full language immersion programs—Mandarin, Japanese, and Spanish—under one roof. The International School was the first school in the Pacific Northwest authorized to offer the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP), which promotes strategic thinking skills and hands-on engagement, rather than memorization and passive learning. This instills a true love of learning within children, and equips them to pursue knowledge throughout life. The International School’s professional faculty and staff hail from more than 17 countries. They—along with small class sizes—provide a loving, multicultural environment that engages students in academics and the arts. The school educates over 300 students in preschool through fifth grade.  
Multnomah The Madeleine School K–8 265 30 6,675–8,225 11 1,900 95 None/Rolling themadeleine.edu/school 3240 NE 23rd Ave Portland Oregon 97212 503-288-9197 Catholic 2 2 90 3 3 13 6.5 179 Yes Yes Physical education class for all grades each week, CYO Basketball, CYO Volleyball, CYO Swimming, CYO Track & Field, CYO Cross Country none The Madeleine School offers multiple extracurricular programs including choir, band, Battle of the Books, art class, yearbook, middle school musical.  
Multnomah Mannahouse Christian Academy PK–12 400 20 4,825–6,515 19 20% 100 None/Rolling mannahousechristianacademy.com 9200 NE Fremont St Portland Oregon 97220 503-252-5207 Christian, College prep 22 6.5 178 Yes Yes soccer, cross-country, volleyball, basketball, track, golf and cheerleading Spanish 14 We offer dual school credit for college. We are partnered with Portland Bible College and with George Fox.  
Multnomah Northwest Academy 6–12 252 14 24,750–26,400 25 9,500 80 2/4/2022 nwacademy.org 1130 SW Main St Portland Oregon 97205 503-223-3367 College prep, Progressive, Arts focused 3 7 80 2 10 36 7.5 168 No No fitness classes, all forms of dance, yoga, tai chi Spanish, French, Mandarin 0 We offer College Credit coursework through the Challenge Program, accredited by Portland State University. Students can get credit taking our upper level courses in Science, Language Arts, and English and Mathematics. Our school requires students to participate in arts classes, and in high school, students can choose one or more artistic disciplines to pursue, while they finish their highly engaged academic coursework.  
Multnomah Open Door Christian Academy PK–12 231 25 2,440–4,220 80 None/Rolling opendoorchristian.org 27710 SE Strebin Rd Troutdale Oregon 97060 503-661-0606 Christian, College prep 2 3 90 5 0 13 6.5 170 No Yes soccer, basketball, volleyball, track Spanish 0    
Multnomah Pacific Crest Community School 6-12 90 12 14,750 15 4,000 65 3/1/2022 pcrest.org 116 NE 29th Ave Portland Oregon 97232 503-234-2826 College prep, Progressive 0 5 93 0 2 13 6 180 No No Rock Climbing Spanish, Japanese 0 SCHOOL PROFILE: Pacific Crest Community School is a unique school serving 95 middle and high school students. The mission of the school is to provide an exceptional education that respects individual student needs, fosters a passion for lifelong learning, and cultivates personal and social responsibility. The student body is highly diverse in learning styles and academic backgrounds. Students choose Pacific Crest because it offers them an environment that is relaxed and informal, where they will receive more individualized attention and where there is an emphasis on building a school community. Classes are rigorous and inspiring as the school maintains high performance standards over a broad range of curricular options. Each Pacific Crest student is responsible for designing and implementing a unique curriculum with the assistance of his or her school advisor. This responsibility requires each student to set and pursue academic goals and perform quarterly community service. His or her progress is assessed through narrative evaluations and the coursework is compiled in a portfolio. While academic pursuits are paramount, the school also places a strong emphasis on personal and social responsibility. All students are actively engaged in the school’s governance and are required to be active volunteers in the community. Teachers at Pacific Crest are inspired, multi-faceted individuals with a great deal of energy to give to this diverse group of young people. The staff works closely together in all realms of the school’s operation. The lively and productive nature of the school community is a direct effect of each teacher being a full contributor to the school’s environment.  
Multnomah Portland Christian Schools PK–12 428 18 7,621–11,675 23 2,000 94 None/Rolling pcschools.org 12425 NE San Rafael St Portland Oregon 97230 503-256-3960 Christian, College prep 6 12 64 5 8 33 6 172 No Yes football, soccer, volleyball, basketball, golf, baseball, softball, track & field Latin, French, Spanish 9 Portland Christian Schools has two campuses: ECE & Elementary (11845 SE Market Street), and the Jr/Sr High School (12425 NE San Rafael Street). Because our school is not a church based school, it encompasses a wide representation of evangelical Christian churched students. PCS serves students from a wide geographical range from Camas and Vancouver, WA to Troutdale and Happy Valley and of course, Portland, Oregon.  
Multnomah Portland Jewish Academy K–8 178 16 21,152–21,830 60 7,509 92 2/4/2022 pjaproud.org 6651 SW Capitol Hwy Portland Oregon 97219 503-244-0126 Jewish 33 7.5 170 No Yes basketball, cross country Hebrew PJA is a Jewish school that is open to people of all backgrounds and faiths.  
Multnomah The Portland Montessori School PK–6 100 20 9,050–12,500 10 1,500 90 None/Rolling portlandmontessori.org 205 NE 50th Ave Portland Oregon 97213 503-688-2992 Montessori 4 2 90 2 2 5 6 169 No Yes English We are the oldest Montessori program in the Pacific Northwest, founded in 1962 as Providence Montessori.  
Multnomah A Renaissance School of Arts and Sciences K–8 108 7 14,800 60 5,000 90 None/Rolling renpdx.org 234 S Bancroft St Portland Oregon 97239 971-221-2311 Progressive 7 10 75 3 5 12 6 198 No Yes Run Club, exploratory and performance dance groups, movement, cooperative games, tinikling, band poi A Renaissance School of Arts and Sciencesis an urban, independent non-profit school, the uses the arts, sciences, design, and engineering as catalysts for learning, combining skill development and innovation. "Ren" is fueled by questions; our children are developing their capacity, propensity, and passion as life-learners to seize the gnarly challenges and delight in discovery, to make a difference, and to contribute to an unfolding, expanding world. Join us to experience the power of personalized instruction and community-mindedness, an extended-day schedule, and extended-year calendar.  
Multnomah St. Agatha Catholic School PK–8 160 24 7,025-8,910 40 90 None/Rolling stagathaschoolpdx.us 7960 SE 15th Ave Portland Oregon 97015 503-234-5500 Catholic 2 0 90 3 5 25 7 179 Yes Yes basketball, swimming, track and field, volleyball Spanish All students preschool- 8th grade get PE. Kindergarten-8th grade additionally has technology, drama and Spanish as well.  
Multnomah St. Clare School K–8 208 23 7,200–9,200 10 96 None/Rolling stclarepdx.org 1807 SW Freeman St Portland Oregon 97219 503-244-7600 Catholic 10 7 179 Yes Yes 100 Mile Walking Club & CYO Sports None We also offer Before and After School Care (BASC), M.U.S.E. Band, and have specialists in Art, Library, Music, & P.E.  
Multnomah St. Ignatius School PK–8 194 6,975–8,700       sispdx.org 3330 SE 43rd Ave Portland Oregon 97206 503-774-5533 Jesuit  
Multnomah St. John Fisher School K–8 218 25 7,675–10,000 20 2,500 92 2/3/2022 sjfschool.org 4581 SW Nevada St Portland Oregon 97219 503-246-3234 Catholic 3 8 76 5 8 16 7 179 Yes Yes Catholic Youth Organization: volleyball, basketball, track and field Spanish  
Multnomah St. Mary's Academy 9–12 685 21 16,475 42 8,000 97 1/14/2022 smapdx.org 1615 SW Fifth Ave Portland Oregon 97201 503-721-7725 All girls, Catholic, College prep 5 6 68 6 10 51 7 176 No Yes basketball, cross country, dragon boats, golf, lacrosse, ski-alpine, ski-nordic, soccer, swimming, tennis, track & field, volleyball French, Latin, Spanish 12 In addition to AP courses, we offer 3 dual-credit courses with Portland State University, which is often more challenging than AP courses. SMA also awards an Advanced Leadership Endorsement with the diploma for students who have demonstrated through experience their leadership skills.  
Multnomah St. Rose School PK–8 209 23 6,790–8,440 20 97 None/Rolling strosepdxschool.org 5309 NE Alameda St Portland Oregon 97213 503-281-1912 Catholic, Christian 2 10 72 3 13 12 7 179 Yes Yes basketball, swimming, volleyball, track none  
Multnomah Sunstone Montessori School PK–6 123 20 11,000–13,100 12 3,500 77 2/25/22 for priority sunstonemontessori.org 5235 SE Woodstock Blvd Portland Oregon 97206 503-768-3847 Montessori 1 8 79 7 5 26 6.5 175 No No Yoga, Soccer English (We were not able to teach Spanish due to the restrictions on our program from the OCC.) Our passion is helping children maximize their potential in academically strong, emotionally nurturing, and socially supportive environments. Our community of professionally trained AMI Montessori teachers and compassionate staff are committed to working in partnership with families as we guide each child along their individual path of optimal growth. At Sunstone Montessori School children cultivate their best selves, develop a life-long love of learning, and establish the foundation to make a difference in the world. We welcome the opportunity to share Sunstone with you! Schedule your visit at sunstonemontessori.org.  
Multnomah Trinity Academy 6–12 102 7,950–10,400 50+     trinityacademyportland.org 7424 N Mississippi Ave Portland Oregon 97217 503-567-9559 Ecumenical Christian 13  
Multnomah Trinity Lutheran Christian School PK–8 49 7,450       trinityportland.org 5520 NE Killingsworth St Portland Oregon 97218 503-288-6403 Lutheran Christian Yes Spanish  
Multnomah Tucker Maxon School PK–5 90 12 9,000 20 80 None/Rolling tuckermaxon.org 2860 SE Holgate Blvd Portland Oregon 97202 503-235-6551 Language Immersion, Learning differences, College prep, Progressive 5 7 78 5 5 11 6.5 172 No Yes Daily PE in full sized gym but no sports teams Tucker Maxon will celebrate its 75th anniversary next year. We have a beautiful campus with goats, chickens, a greenhouse and a treehouse classroom.  
Multnomah Venn Academy K–5 20 10 6,000–11,000 25 4,000 60 None/Rolling vennacademypdx.org 2408 SE 16th Ave Portland Oregon 97214 971-279-5255 Progressive, Relationship-Based Learning 5   95     2 6 175 No Yes PE as part of the school day None We have been full-time since February, and will be full-time in the fall as well.  
Multnomah West Hills Christian School K–8 320 18 8,500 20 2,000 80 None/Rolling whcs.org 7945 Sw Captiol Hill Rd Portland Oregon 97219 503-245-6688 Christian 3 10 75 2 10 30 7 185 No Yes Swimming, Volleyball, Basketball, Track and Field, Cross Country MS elective Nestled in the foothills of Southwest Portland, Oregon, West Hills Christian School has been providing a quality Christian education to families of the Pacific Northwest for 70 years. Through a compelling combination of quality teachers, first-rate enrichment classes, superb facilities and a commitment to strong academic, athletic and extracurricular programs, West Hills provides a dynamic, supportive learning environment where students are both challenged and loved well.  
Multnomah West Hills Montessori PK–6 135 15 12,065–12,825 90 January westhills-montessori.com 4920 SW Vermont St Portland Oregon 97219 503-246-5495 Montessori 11 6 168 No Yes Movement and Music classes for toddler and primary programs PE program for ages 6-12 year old Basic Spanish vocabulary Founded 51 years ago, West Hills Montessori is meeting the social, emotional and intellectual needs of children through joyful exploration and hands-on learning.  
Washington Agia Sophia Academy PK–5 32 10 7,200–10,400 25 2,000 95 None/Rolling asapdx.org 14485 SW Walker Rd BEAVERTON Oregon 97006 503-641-4600 Montessori, Christian 0 0 25 0 75 4 7 175 Yes Yes Greek Latin Our mission is to educate the whole child by providing a rich academic and arts curriculum, grounded in Orthodox Christian values, while fostering love of learning, personal responsibility and respect for each person. Our core subjects include Music & PE 3x per week, Greek & Latin Language instruction 2x per week, and Art weekly. Licensed child care provider for preschool & ages 3-12 for after-school care.  
Washington Catlin Gabel School PS-12 755 17 29,700–37,025 28 25,900 29 Jan/Feb catlin.edu 8825 SW Barnes Rd Portland Oregon 97225 503-297-1894 Progressive 4 13 55 2 23 75 7 172 No Yes basketball, baseball, cross-country, golf, ski, soccer, swim, tennis, track and field, volleyball Spanish, Mandarin, French 0  
Washington Edison High School 9–12 104 9 24,650 30 15,000 64 January edisonhs.org 9020 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy Portland Oregon 97225 503-297-2336 Learning differences 5 5 80 10   25 6 180 No Yes All Jesuit High School teams are open to Edison High School students. We especially encourage our students to try cross country, football, swimming and track as these sports have a no-cut policy. All Jesuit coaches strive to make their specific sport a positive experience, regardless of the student's abilities. American Sign Language Edison High School empowers students with learning differences to experience academic success and personal growth while preparing them for the future.  
Washington Forest Hills Lutheran Christian School K–8 130 16 6,990 30   99 None/Rolling fhlcs.org 4221 SW Golf Course Rd Cornelius Oregon 97113 503-359-4853 Christian, Lutheran 9 7 165 No Yes Basketball, soccer, volleyball, running club, track, jump rope club None  
Washington German International School PK–5 210 14 15,485–15,650 14 4,000 99 2/1/22, then rolling gspdx.org 3900 SW Murray Blvd Beaverton Oregon 97005 503-626-9089 Language Immersion 1 10 60 5 24 32 7 175 No Yes German Mandarin As an IB World school, we educate our students to be internationally-minded by exploring other cultures, traditions and immersing children in German or Mandarin language-learning.  
Washington Holy Trinity Catholic School PK–8 285 28 6,140–10,065 18   2/1/2022 htsch.org 13755 SW Walker Rd BEAVERTON Oregon 97005 503-644-5748 Catholic 20 7 179 Yes Yes Basketball, Volleyball, Track & Field, Cross Country Spanish  
Washington Horizon Christian School K–12 425 20 4,875–12,575 33 4,225 99 None/Rolling horizonchristian.school 23370 SW Boones Ferry Rd Tualatin Oregon 97062 503-612-6521 Christian 33 7.5 168 No Yes Cross country, soccer, volleyball, basketball, track & field, baseball Spanish Japanese sign Lanugage 15  
Washington Islamic School of MET/Oregon Islamic Academy PK–12 189 15 7,750–9,250 25 2,000 60 4/1/2022 metpdx.org 10330 SW Scholls Ferry Rd Tigard Oregon 97223 503-579-6621 Muslim, College prep 25 25 25 3 22 18 7 175 Yes Yes basketball, swimming, volleyball, soccer English, Arabic, Spanish 0 Our school is accredited by AdvancED and the Northwest Accreditation Commission, now Cognia. We are also active members of the Center for Spiritual and Ethical Education (CSEE), the National Honor Society, and the Islamic Schools League of America (ISLA). Our school community's diversity is a beautiful blessing, with a body of faculty and students from over 40 different ethnic backgrounds and languages spoken at home. Our small classroom size lends itself well to individualized attention to each student as well as academic rigor. Programming is constantly growing even amidst the pandemic. This year, we were blessed to offer Music and Spanish within the Middle School and High School course lineup. Electives include speech, debate, entrepreneurship, and media literacy among others. While AP classes are not offered, over 60% of our high school students are taking one, two, or three AP exams this Spring 2021, and our school serves as an AP and SAT/PSAT Test Center.  
Washington Jesuit High School 9–12 1,268 24 16,000 28 9,930 65 1/14/2022 jesuitportland.org 9000 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy. Portland Oregon 97225 503-292-2663 Catholic, College prep 3 18 58 8 13 86 7 180 No Yes soccer, volleyball, cross country, football, basketball, swimming, ski racing, baseball, softball, track and field, lacrosse, golf, tennis Spanish Chinese French 15  
Washington Montessori School of Beaverton PK–6 140 28 10,000–13,000 Rolling with priority deadlines in January and May mbs.org 11065 NW Crystal Creek Ln Portland Oregon 97229 503.439.1597 Montessori 13 7 220 No Yes Physical Education, after school volleyball, running club, flag football, basketball, varies by season and by year. Spanish As a community dedicated to Montessori ideals, the Montessori School of Beaverton supports the development of the whole child, guiding each toward their full potential.  
Washington Oregon Episcopal School PK–12 857 16 30,200–36,700 21 20,775 38 1/20/2022 oes.edu 6300 SW Nicol Rd Portland Oregon 97223 503-246-7771 College prep 2 18 51 3 21 101 7 180 Yes (some grades only) Yes Soccer, Cross Country, Volleyball, Basketball, Fencing, Ski, Lacrosse, Track and Field, Tennis, Golf Chinese, Spanish, French 5 OES is a Pre-K to Grade 12 day and boarding school, nestled within 59 wooded acres of natural wetlands and nature trails in southwest Portland.  
Washington Pilgrim Lutheran Christian School PK–8 127 10 7,340–8,885 10 30% 95 None/Rolling pilgrimbeaverton.com 5650 SW Hall Blvd Beaverton Oregon 97005 503-644-8697 Lutheran 5 5 75 5 10 12 7 175 Yes Yes basketball, volleyball, track and field and soccer Spanish  
Washington St. Matthew Catholic School PK–8 110 13 7,162–10,090 43 1,000 99 None/Rolling stmatthewschoolhillsboro.org 221 SE Walnut St Hillsboro Oregon 97123 503-648-2512 Catholic 1 0 74 45 25 10 7 178 Yes Yes Athletic Programs offered through CYO. None St. Matthew Catholic School is accredited by the WCEA and a member of the NCEA. We have been educating students in Western Washington County since 1914.  
Washington St. Pius X School PK–8 488 30 7,840–9,865 10 3,000 80 1/28/2022 stpiuspanthers.org 1260 NW Saltzman Rd Portland Oregon 97229 503-644-3244 Catholic 2 2 80 0.05 0.01 40 7 179 Yes Yes CYO sports include volleyball, basketball, swimming, track and field. Spanish is taught as a second language.  
Washington St. Stephen's Academy PK–12 233 14 9,060–10,620 27 4,220 93 None/Rolling ststephensacademy.com 7275 SW Hall Blvd Beaverton Oregon 97008 503-646-4617 Christian, College prep, Classical 2 19 73 5 1 22 6.5 171 Yes Yes archery, basketball, cross country, track & field Latin, Spanish St. Stephen’s Academy exists to support families and churches by providing an academically excellent classical Christian education that cultivates knowledge, wisdom, eloquence, and godly character and equips students with the tools of learning that will last a lifetime. St. Stephen’s Academy has become one of the leading PreK-12 classical Christian schools in the Northwest. Our curriculum is designed to produce life-long learners who rightly understand and enjoy the world in which they live, engage contemporary culture from a Christian worldview, and communicate effectively, graciously, and truthfully.  
Washington Tualatin Valley Academy PK–10 175 18 6,960–9,660 40 95 None/Rolling tualatinvalleyacademy.org 7405 E Main St Hillsboro Oregon 97123 503-649-5518 Christian 5 5 30 30 30 9 645 175 No Yes soccer, basketball, volleyball None  
Washington Westside Christian High School 9–12 203 20 14,000 26 5,553 1/31/2022 wchsonline.org 8200 SW Pfaffle St Tigard Oregon 97223 503-697-4711 Christian, College prep 17 6 170 No Yes Cross Country, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Cheer, Track & Field, Tennis, Baseball, Golf, Swim French, Spanish 12  
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