Top Oregon Private Schools

For the 2021 school year, there are 505 top private schools in Oregon, serving 58,047 students.
The average private school tuition is $8,231 for elementary schools and $12,148 for high schools (view national tuition averages).
The average acceptance rate is 86% (view national acceptance rates).
Minority enrollment is 22% and the student:teacher ratio is 12:1.
51% of schools are religiously affiliated (most commonly Christian and Roman Catholic).

Top Oregon Private Schools by County (2021)

  • County
    # Schools
    # Students
    % Minority
  • 2 Schools
    108 Students
    9% Minority
  • 10 Schools
    1,357 Students
    15% Minority
  • 53 Schools
    5,175 Students
    20% Minority
  • 3 Schools
    205 Students
    6% Minority
  • 3 Schools
    158 Students
    9% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    294 Students
    9% Minority
  • 2 Schools
    108 Students
    4% Minority
  • 1 Schools
    49 Students
    10% Minority
  • 27 Schools
    3,001 Students
    16% Minority
  • 9 Schools
    627 Students
    22% Minority
  • 4 Schools
    154 Students
    17% Minority
  • 15 Schools
    2,602 Students
    33% Minority
  • 9 Schools
    702 Students
    13% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    662 Students
    4% Minority
  • 1 Schools
    41 Students
    - Minority
  • 48 Schools
    4,179 Students
    17% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    288 Students
    36% Minority
  • 16 Schools
    1,535 Students
    9% Minority
  • 2 Schools
    152 Students
    28% Minority
  • 40 Schools
    5,076 Students
    23% Minority
  • 112 Schools
    15,775 Students
    26% Minority
  • 5 Schools
    551 Students
    18% Minority
  • 5 Schools
    244 Students
    15% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    251 Students
    17% Minority
  • 6 Schools
    457 Students
    28% Minority
  • 1 Schools
    13 Students
    - Minority
  • 5 Schools
    285 Students
    12% Minority
  • 99 Schools
    13,777 Students
    22% Minority
  • 10 Schools
    910 Students
    23% Minority
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