Delphian's hilltop campus is located just fifty miles south of Portland, Oregon on 720 acres of rolling hills, meadows, forest and farmlands which provides our students with a 24/7 learning environment.
Our unique curriculum and approach to education teaches students to teach themselves. Our mission is to empower young adults to bring positive change in the world through reason, creativity and integrity.
Alumna Margaux Delomez zoomed in to discuss the past and present conflict between Russia and Ukraine during a recent current events seminar.
The Delphian Upper School track team competed in their first meet of the year at McMinnville High School. Our 25 athletes set 34 personal best scores. In a meet with 14 schools, including seven 6A schools, Portia took 3rd in the 100m and 1st in the 300m hurdles.
Senior student Angela made these miniature paper costumes as part of a recent research project she did studying traditional dress in China
The Jazz Choir recently performed in the 38th annual Vocal and Jazz Festival at Clackamas Community College where they took home a first-place award for their performance.
This form was amazing. I learned a bunch of new things that I never thought that I would ever learn, got really into my program, and also got prepared for my next journey into form six.
Our resident students are currently playing a weekly Clean Dragon Game in which the dorms are competing for who has the cleanest room.
It is the Scholastic Book Fairs time at Delphian. Zoe and Romeo did a great job managing this project and making sure every student finds a fun new book to read.
|The Jazz Choir recently went to a District competition in Scappoose.|
Congratulations to these three Varsity Basketball players on their all-league awards!
A team of six Elementary and Middle school students competed in the Rube Goldberg Machine Contest. Their chain-reaction machine took home first place.
Information is only as valuable as it can contribute to the solution of problems in life.
Students are given the freedom to be what they want to be, not what they are told to be.
Integrity is knowing what you know and having the courage to say what you have observed.
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interscholastic teams competing in nine different league sports
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"I can now say that I am someone with integrity and someone who can get a product despite any challenge."
"The staff members look at us as young adults and not as children, and they treat us as if they were family relatives. They help us learn how to positively lead our own lives, they help us learn from our mistakes, they let us own our education, and they don't judge by what we want to do or be."
Art Director for Bungie
"Life is a learning process that keeps going and doesn’t ever really slow down."
Classical Music Composer
“Believe that whatever you would love to do is possible."
"I am forever grateful to Delphian, and everyone that makes this school what it is..."
Doctor in Pharmacy
"Don’t be scared of medical school."
"An outstanding skill one obtains through the Delphian program is the ability to learn. I believe that ability alone can make one unstoppable."
"Don't let what you know get in the way of what you don't know."
"Humanitarian work is not the way to get rich or have a life of ease—but it is extremely purposeful and rewarding. So find your area of purpose and push that purpose forward with everything you’ve got."
“In a clear, direct, and tangible way, the communication courses at Delphian were the most valuable thing I learned.”