Private School Events in Oregon

Find private school fairs, open houses and other events in your area. You can also learn more about them, how they work, and how they can help you research schools.

Oregon open-houses are listed below:

Thu., April 20, 2017  - Portland, OR

Open House
CLASS Academy
2730 NW Vaughn Street, Portland, OR 97210
6:30pm - 8:00pm

RSVP needed: No
Further information: Heather, 503-223-9099, mskinlin@classacademy.com

CLASS Academy welcomes all families to come to our Open Houses. We provide more information on our program and families are given a personalized tour with administrators or teachers. We appreciate RSVPs, but they are not necessary. We hope to see you there!

Thu., April 27, 2017  - Beaverton, United States

Open House
Trinity Lutheran School
5570 SW Franklin, Beaverton, OR 97005
6:30pm - 8:00pm

RSVP needed: Yes
Further information: School Office, 5032886403, office2@trinityportland.org

Come and See, what a diverse, caring, warm school community can do for your family. Our Open House will give you a chance to meet parents, faculty, principal, and board, as you seek that great fit for your child's education. Please RSVP. We look forward to meeting you!

Sun., May 07, 2017  - Salem, OR

Open House
Blanchet School
4373 Market St Ne, Salem, OR 97301
2:00pm - 4:00pm

RSVP needed: No
Further information: Megan Johnston, 5034854491, admissions@blanchetcatholicschool.com

The Office of Admission cordially invites you to attend an Open House for prospective students and their families. The Open House will provide an opportunity to meet and interact with teachers, administrators, and students, as well as tour our beautiful campus. We hope to see you there!

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