Applying to Delphian
Thank you for your interest in attending Delphian School. The following steps will walk you through the application process. If you have questions at any time, please call the Admissions Office at 1-800-626-6610 or 503-843-3521
Step 1. Request Information
If you have not done so already, please fill out the form below to request more information or Contact our Admissions Office. We are dedicated to helping families understand Delphian’s unique learning community and would love to help you determine if Delphian is the right fit for your family. You can reach our office at 1-800-626-6610 or 503-843-3521
Step 2. Schedule A Visit & Take Admission Test
Visiting the campus is the best way to get a feel for the school and the student body. A Delphian student will conduct your tour and can answer any questions you may have about the school program and residential life. Touring the school is a key element of the enrollment process at Delphian.
On this day, students will also complete an in-person interview and take our school’s admission test.
Your family's visit will be scheduled for a weekday so that you can see the school in action. In the case of some international families, a video interview can be arranged. However, we strongly recommend a personal visit to really get to know us.
Call us at (800) 626-6610 to schedule a visit today.
You will be asked to provide your child's most recent report cards (including the last full year), any standardized test scores and teacher recommendations. Delphian also accepts the Standard Application Online (SAO). There is an application fee of $100.
After February 15th , applications are accepted on a rolling basis until each class is full. Contact our Admissions Office to inquire about space availability.
Financial Aid Applicants
2019-20 Financial Applications are due by March 1, 2019. Contact our Admissions Office for more information.
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.