Students: 836 | Faculty: N/A | Grades: K-12 | Gender: Coed
Oregon Episcopal School
The Oregon Episcopal School is located in Portland, Oregon and is a PK-12 college preparatory school. It serves 840 students, is coeducational and has students from all over the Northwest and the world. There is a day student and boarding program.
Small classes, a distinguished faculty and individual attention are key elements in the school’s success.
The Episcopal tradition is followed for spiritual development and ethics. The school aims at developing world leaders who are effective in communicating service to the community and world and doing good as core values.
The school has a policy of global engagement and exchange programs with several countries. Integrating ethics and social consciousness are serious goals and a component of the overall educational philosophy.
Admissions tests are required as is TOEFL. Some financial aid is available on an individual basis.
Boarding Schools in Oregon
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