PVillage Free School (Closed 2024)

Village Free School's mission is to empower tomorrow's leaders to become independent, creative, and conscientious citizens capable of thinking for themselves and collaborating with others to create a better world.
Our learning environments honor freedom, promote responsibility, and nurture the well being of each student and the community.
Students are supported and challenged to find meaning in their lives, adapt to the world as it is, and prepare for the world in which they want to live.

School Overview

Religious Affiliation
Grades Offered
Grades Inquire with school

Student Body

Total Students
64 students
Student Body Type
Co-ed
% Students of Color
5%
State avg.: 26%

Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers
7 teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
9:1
National avg.: 13:1

Tuition and Acceptance Rate

Admission Deadline
None / Rolling
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the application deadline for PVillage Free School?
The application deadline for PVillage Free School is rolling (applications are reviewed as they are received year-round).
In what neighborhood is PVillage Free School located?
PVillage Free School is located in the Lents neighborhood of Portland, OR. There are 1 other private schools located in Lents.

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