Students: 63 | Faculty: N/A | Grades: K-12 | Gender: Coed
Oregon School for the Deaf
Oregon School for the Deaf (OSD) is a coeducational public school for deaf students located in Salem, Oregon. Established in 1870, the school is one of the longest continuously running schools in the state of Oregon. OSD has both day and residential students.
The school houses grades kindergarten through 12 with programs available to students up to age 21. These additional programs helps students transition to independent living.
The school is accredited by the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools and the Conference of Educational Administrators of Schools and Programs for the Deaf.
OSD was featured on Extreme Home Makeover in 2010. The school’s Nightmare Factory haunted house, which is used as a fundraiser, was made over as well as the boys’ dormitory.
Boarding Schools in Oregon
The Paisley School is a small charter school in Paisley, Oregon that serves students from K to 12. The dorm was built in the 1900’s and it has been home to many high school international students and students from other parts of Oregon. The boarding costs are covered by the state of Oregon with funding known as ADM plus a $200 per month boarding facility fee. The teaching style at Paisley is student centered. The teachers focus on the student’ individual ...
New Leaf Academy is a private therapeutic boarding school catering to girls with various social, developmental and academic needs. Founded in 1997, it is located in Bend, Oregon, serving ages 10-15. It is accredited by the Northwest Association of Accredited schools. Students attend the school for an average of 12-18 months. The licensed staff develops an individuated treatment plan that uses cognitive behavioral and art therapy. Students meet weekly with their counselors to monitor progress. All students participate in the ...
The Huntington School in Huntington, Oregon serves grades K-12, and features a dormitory for foreign exchange students. The focus of the school is always on the future, to provide students with education excellence. This public school has ~70 students at any given time. It is in the middle of a rural town of roughly 600 citizens. The well-maintained and air-conditioned facility, make for a great learning environment. The team mascot, the Locomotives, lead the school in the OSAA High Desert League, ...