Top Oregon Private Schools
- For the 2020-21 school year, there are 513 top private schools in Oregon, serving 58,670 students.
- The average private school tuition is $8,084 for elementary schools and $12,161 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.
Abiqua Academy Photo - Abiqua Academy is located just south of Salem, in the countryside of the beautiful Willamette Valley.
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
Swallowtail Waldorf School Photo - Middle School Science classes are taught experientially, as are all subjects in Waldorf school.
St. Clare School Photo - A Kindergarten student reads with her 5th grade buddy. Our buddy program allows students of all ages to learn from each other, grow together, and unleash one another''s potential. All students have a buddy. Our buddy classes are as follows: grades K/5, 1/6, 2/7, 3/8, & 4/Preschool.
New Day Ananda Marga School Of Portland Photo - New Day School (a 501(c)3 non-profit) has been providing Neo-Humanist education in the heart of Southeast Portland since their founding in 1979. The school is centered on a blend of yoga and meditation practice, artistic expression, sustainable practices, intellectual exploration, ethical values and service.
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 (2020-21)
- County# Schools# Students% Minority
- 2 Schools108 Students9% Minority
- 10 Schools1,357 Students15% Minority
- 53 Schools5,175 Students20% Minority
- 3 Schools205 Students6% Minority
- 3 Schools118 Students9% Minority
- 6 Schools294 Students9% Minority
- 2 Schools108 Students4% Minority
- 1 Schools49 Students10% Minority
- 27 Schools2,931 Students16% Minority
- 9 Schools627 Students22% Minority
- 4 Schools154 Students17% Minority
- 15 Schools2,602 Students33% Minority
- 9 Schools702 Students13% Minority
- 6 Schools662 Students4% Minority
- 1 Schools41 Students- Minority
- 48 Schools4,179 Students17% Minority
- 6 Schools288 Students36% Minority
- 16 Schools1,535 Students9% Minority
- 2 Schools152 Students28% Minority
- 41 Schools5,080 Students23% Minority
- 112 Schools15,870 Students26% Minority
- 5 Schools551 Students18% Minority
- 5 Schools244 Students15% Minority
- 6 Schools251 Students17% Minority
- 6 Schools457 Students28% Minority
- 1 Schools13 Students- Minority
- 5 Schools285 Students12% Minority
- 99 Schools13,777 Students22% Minority
- 10 Schools918 Students23% Minority
As the COVID-19 virus spreads throughout the United States, we look at steps schools and parents can take to protect themselves from this highly contagious virus.
Our children's education is a critical concern. That's why we elected to send our kids to private school in the first place. However, this COVID-19 virus is controlling everything. And it will continue to do so indefinitely until we have vaccines to protect us. With that in mind, here are five things you need to do when you are a parent with children in private school during this horrific pandemic.
Now that school has safely reopened, what can we parents do to support and encourage the schools we care about so much?