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Pacific Crest Community School

Pacific Crest Community School is a small, independent, nonprofit middle and high school serving grades 6 through 12 tucked away in Portland’s Laurelhurst neighborhood.


Northwest Academy

Northwest Academy pledges to inspire students to find their intellectual & artistic voices in a creative atmosphere fueled by curiosity & challenge.


The Children’s Garden

A mindful education for children between the ages of 6 weeks and 6 years.


La Salle Prep

La Salle Prep is a co-ed, Catholic college prep high school where exceptional educators engage and inspire students


Catlin Gabel School

Fostering curiosity with courage: as a progressive school, students are empowered to think for themselves so they can rise to the challenges of life.


Start Your Lifelong Learning Journey at Delphian School

Delphian School has been putting learning rather than memorizing for test scores first for forty-five years in their K-12 day and boarding school.


A Renaissance School of Arts and Sciences

Learners K-8 actively engage in creative challenges, contribute to the community, and discover areas of personal interest for exploration.


Cedarwood Waldorf School

Cedarwood isn't just a school. It's a place for the whole family to learn and grow and connect with community.


The Portland Montessori School

We guide each child’s joyful quest to reach their potential within a supportive and diverse learning community.


The International School of Portland

Inspiring cultural intelligence, curiosity and kindness.


Inspiring Children, Expanding Minds, and Nurturing Spirits

Franciscan Montessori Earth School was founded by Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist. Learn more about the private school's mission, and more here.


Oregon Episcopal School

At OES, students pre-k to grade 12 engage deeply and actively drive the evolution of their education.


Portland Jewish Academy

PJA’s unique curriculum combines interdisciplinary learning, community service, and foreign language acquisition


German International School

Students at GIS are globally-minded, adaptive, independent thinkers who grow to become lifelong learners.