Top Oregon Private Schools
- For the 2020 school year, there are 500 top private schools in Oregon, serving 57,958 students.
- The average private school tuition is $7,986 for elementary schools and $11,545 for high schools (view national tuition averages).
- The average acceptance rate is 85% (view national acceptance rates).
- Minority enrollment is 21% and the student:teacher ratio is 12:1.
The Delphian School Photo - At The Delphian School, teachers don`t lecture in front of a blackboard while students frantically take notes. At our school, students learn at their own pace and study independently with a personalized program that is specifically designed to satisfy their specific needs and interests.
Sunstone Montessori School Photo - Welcome to Sunstone! "My daughter Claire just recently woke up one morning with a big smile on her face and I said, 'What are you so happy about?' and she said, 'I get to go to school today!'" Jennifer Niemeyer, Sunstone Parent
Willamette Valley Christian School Photo - Best of Mid-Valley Awards: Silver for best Preschool, Elementary School, Middle School, High School and Private School
Park Academy Photo - A group of upper school students pose for a photo on the deck outside their classrooms.
Canyonville Academy Photo - One on one basketball in the Shaffer Gymnasium at Canyonville Christian Academy.
Neskowin Valley School Photo - At Neskowin Valley School, we strive to instill the desire for life-long learning, and the enthusiasm, confidence, and imagination to sustain it.
New Hope Christian Schools Photo - New Hope Christian School is located in the beautiful Rogue Valley.
Top Oregon Private Schools by County (2020)
- County# Schools# Students% Minority
- 2 Schools117 Students2% Minority
- 10 Schools1,383 Students14% Minority
- 54 Schools4,984 Students23% Minority
- 3 Schools205 Students6% Minority
- 2 Schools111 Students8% Minority
- 6 Schools295 Students13% Minority
- 1 Schools78 Students3% Minority
- 1 Schools49 Students10% Minority
- 22 Schools2,403 Students11% Minority
- 9 Schools682 Students23% Minority
- 4 Schools140 Students16% Minority
- 16 Schools2,630 Students31% Minority
- 9 Schools696 Students14% Minority
- 6 Schools691 Students6% Minority
- 1 Schools41 Students- Minority
- 46 Schools3,986 Students18% Minority
- 5 Schools189 Students10% Minority
- 16 Schools1,513 Students9% Minority
- 2 Schools172 Students38% Minority
- 39 Schools4,669 Students22% Minority
- 109 Schools15,848 Students26% Minority
- 5 Schools609 Students17% Minority
- 5 Schools262 Students15% Minority
- 6 Schools259 Students16% Minority
- 6 Schools389 Students7% Minority
- 1 Schools15 Students- Minority
- 5 Schools278 Students13% Minority
- 97 Schools14,289 Students22% Minority
- 11 Schools985 Students24% Minority
Most private schools have endowment funds. We explain how these work and why schools are fortunate to have them in tough times.
COVID-19 has turned education at every level upside-down, inside-out. We offer some steps to guide your planning for academic year 2020-21.
Teachers and parents are concerned about the teaching that will take place post-pandemic. I have tried to cover their concerns in the following set of questions and answers.