Best Oregon Blue Ribbon Private Schools (2021-22)

For the 2021-22 school year, there are 4 blue ribbon private schools serving 1,127 students in Oregon.
The best top ranked blue ribbon private schools in Oregon include Eugene Christian School, North Clackamas Christian School and Northwest Academy.
The average acceptance rate is 80%, which is lower than the Oregon private school average acceptance rate of 86%.
75% of blue ribbon private schools in Oregon are religiously affiliated (most commonly Christian and Jewish).
Blue Ribbon schools have been recognized by the Department of Education for achieving superior standards of academic excellence. Read more about this national school awards program and how blue ribbon schools work.

Top Ranked Oregon Blue Ribbon Private Schools (2021-22)

School
Location
Students
Year
Eugene Christian School
Eugene Christian School Photo
(Christian)
(18)
2895 Chad Drive
Eugene, OR 97408
(541) 686-9145
262 students
Year: n/a
North Clackamas Christian School
North Clackamas Christian School Photo
(Christian)
19575 Sebastian Way
Oregon City, OR 97045
(503) 655-5961
245 students
Year: n/a
Northwest Academy
Northwest Academy Photo
(3)
1130 SW Main
Portland, OR 97205
(503) 223-3367
256 students
Year: n/a
Portland Jewish Academy
Portland Jewish Academy Photo - PJA's early childhood students creating art in the outdoor classroom.
(Jewish)
6651 Southwest Capitol Highway
Portland, OR 97219
(503) 244-0126
364 students
Year: 2005

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