Applying to Delphian
Thank you for your interest in attending Delphian School. Our international student body is always growing and changing, and we're excited to assist you in becoming part of it. The below steps will help you with the application process for our full-year program. If you have any questions, please call our Admissions Office at 1-800-626-6610 or 503-843-3521.
The following steps will assist you in the application process:
- Call our Admissions Office for a pre-enrollment interview at 1-800-626-6610. Our Admissions staff are dedicated to helping inquiring families understand Delphian's unique community to determine if Delphian is the right choice for them.
- Application form and application fee. Our Admissions Office will issue a link to the application form for you to fill out and pay the application fee ($100) online. We will need copies of the student's most recent report cards (previous year) and any standardized test scores, if available. The SSAT is our preferred admissions test.
- Schedule a visit to our campus for an admissions test, tour and enrollment interview. Enrollment interviews are essential and include both the student and the parents, separately and together. (In cases of international families, interviews can be scheduled over the telephone. However, a personal visit is still strongly recommended.)
Visiting the campus allows parents to meet faculty and gives potential students a better feel for the school and student body. A Delphian student will conduct the tour and can answer questions about our academic program, residential life, trips and activities, etc.
Visits should be scheduled on a weekday when the school is in session, allowing visitors to observe classroom activity
Our Non-Discrimination Practice
Delphian School is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all student applicants. Delphian School recruits, admits, and teaches students without regard to race, color, creed, sex, religion, age, national origin, sexual orientation, political ideology, or any other basis as prohibited by law.