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    Delphian School


    • Listing Type: Private Schools
    • Residency: Day, Residential
    • Type: Private
    • Grades Offered: Below 6th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
    • Country: United States
    • High School Admission Test: SSAT, ISEE, Not Required
    • Affiliation: The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS)
    • CEEB: 381071
    • Application Fee: $100
    • Tuition Boarding: $68,398
    • Tuition Day: $48,025
    • Enrollment: 234
    • Percent Boarding: 57
    • Financial Aid: Grants/Scholarships, Payment Terms
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    Delphian is a private K-12 independent Day and Boarding school located on 720acres in the foothills of the Oregon Coastal Range that focuses exclusively on working with bright kids like yours. Delphian gets students READY for life by inspiring them to find their true talent, passion and potential.


    We offer a rigorous independent-study program with a strong emphasis on practical learning for primary through high school students. The Delphian community is a diverse, international student body representing over eighteen countries and many different religious and cultural backgrounds.

    Reviews (3)

    • The best school in the world!
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      Reviewed on May/01/2018 by The Greatest Comedian

      This is an amazing school! I arrived in late 2013, and I graduated in the class of 2017. My years here were magical and life changing. I become a more competent and responsible person, and the opportunities I received in the program were phenomenal. If you want your child to succeed, then the best school for them to attend is this one. I just finished writing my book Comedy Is No Joke! The Stand-up Comics' Guide to Success, and I am moving my comedy show to LA later this September. I wouldn't have been able to accomplish these feats without the knowledge I gained at Delphian.

    • The Delphian School
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      Reviewed on Apr/10/2018 by Yahya A.

      I am a senior at the Delphian School. I have been going here ever since I left Yemen when I was eleven.

      My time here has been a rollercoaster that has made me someone I am proud of. I used to be a little boy who was full of energy but got himself into trouble with it. As the years have gone by, I have been challenged by the program in many ways. Academically, I have always had this viewpoint that I was much better practically so I compromised with myself on my production and quality of work in the classroom. This wasn't a problem at first but as I started to expand practically, I noticed that there was useful information I could take from the classroom into other parts of my life. This realization has surged my production, quality of work and has changed my viewpoint on my academic ability for the better.

      I have really enjoyed being on student council throughout the years and have learned valuable things along the way. I have learned that shortcuts are a disservice to yourself and others around you, being a leader involves helping and providing for a group instead of just commanding them.

      Campus life, playing soccer in the rain and spending long nights studying, I have created memories that I will remember for the rest of my life. This place will hold a special place in my heart.

    • Delphian School
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      Reviewed on Apr/05/2018 by Lila Welles

      I recently graduated from the Delphian School. When I first arrived there, I was terrified of talking to people, and I wasn't confident in what I was capable of doing. I didn't know what I wanted to do in life, and I didn't really know where I was going.

      As I continued through the Delphian program, I was able to come out of the shell I had created for myself. I was given more responsibility and challenges than I ever thought I'd be able to handle. In addition to the mastery program that ensures students really know what they're learning about, Delphi puts a lot of focus on character. Each student strengthens their integrity, ethics and leadership skills as well as their knowledge. Throughout my time at Delphi, I was put in many situations that challenged my integrity, ethics and leadership. Although some of them were easier for me to handle than others, all of them helped build me into who I am today.

      The staff were a huge part of helping me with all of those challenges. They were always friendly and willing to help me with whatever problems I was facing. They didn't solve my problems for me, though. They helped me look at what was happening and how I could solve my own problems.

      All of this added up into a truly incredible experience that changed my life. Delphi became my second home, and the students and staff were my second family. Despite the challenges I faced, I was able to come away from the program with an education I could use in the world and skills I never thought I'd be able to have.