On the lookout for a school where building character is just as important as academics?

Then you’ll love Oregon Episcopal School (OES). The independent school’s motto is “Always Open,” which means there’s fresh ideas at every turn. Here’s a peek at its innovative approach:

  • Because it’s rooted in the Episcopal tradition, OES celebrates compassion and inclusivity. Students of all faiths are welcome; international boarding students round out the diverse student body.
  • Young learners (PK through 12th grade) play an active role in the inquiry-based lessons and feed the curriculum with their own innate curiosity.
  • Small class sizes and 7:1 teacher-student ratio means they’ll get plenty of individual attention.
  • Nestled among the woodlands and wetlands, the 59-acre campus in southwest Portland is just as unique as the academics.
  • Want to know more? Drop by the Admissions Information Evening on Wed., Jan. 9 from 7-8:30 p.m to meet faculty and current parents and students.

Don’t delay since it’s the last admission event before the Jan. 22 application deadline. To RSVP, go to oes.edu.

We promise you’ll leave inspired.

 

Hear What Others Are Saying:

“Inclusive, inquiry-based learning teaches children how to work together and solve problems not just straight out of a textbook but real life and driven by the children’s interests. So many wonderful opportunities to reach out, give back and learn about the values that you will carry through your life.”
— OES parent and alum
“OES has challenged me to be who I am all the time. Activities like Culture Shock and Student Leadership and Diversity Retreat, are able to provide students a space to express proudly to everyone who they are.”
— OES Sophomore
“OES has challenged me by asking me to do things outside of my comfort zone and giving me the resources to meet these challenges.”
— OES Junior