Q Is for Questioning at OES

Photo by: Jenny Bowlden

Oregon Episcopal School’s curriculum is rooted in inquiry and exploration. Students engage deeply to absorb information and take an active empowered role in the evolution of their education. Hands-on, discussion-based, project-oriented learning happens inside and outside the classroom, and each discovery leads to the next, driven primarily by the curiosity of students.

With an average class size of 16, and a student-to-faculty ratio of 7:1, each student is known and recognized for who they are and where they’re at in their learning progression.

Learning and leadership opportunities abound in academics, music, art, world languages, and athletics, and students can pursue the subjects that intrigue them. Time is intentionally set aside for regular gathering and reflection as part of educating to inclusion and respect, understanding and compassion, service and social justice, and meaning and commitment beyond oneself.

This fall, OES unveiled a state-of-the-art 42,000 square foot athletic facility to go with its inclusive no-cut sports program. And a team of its Upper School students were just crowned United States rocketry team champions!

You can find out more about this mind-opening school at an Oct. 24 open house. Sign up today at oes.edu/admissions.

Oregon Episcopal School
6300 SW Nicol Rd
Portland, OR 97223
Phone: 503-246-7771
Online: http://www.oes.edu/admissions