Forms & Information
- Tuition Payments
- Travel Dates 2019-2020
- Submit Student Travel Information
- Parents Weekend RSVP
- Visiting Delphian
- General Information
- Ski Trip Payments
- Forms and Handbooks
- Support Delphian
- Financial Aid for Current Families
2019-2020 School Year
|Sept 2, 2019||Students arrive for fall term|
|Sept 3, 2019||Orientation Day for students and parents|
|Sept 4, 2019||First Day of Fall Term Classes|
|Dec 14, 2019||Depart for Winter Break|
|Jan 6, 2020||Students return from Winter Break|
|Jan 7, 2020||Classes resume|
|Mar 20, 2020||Depart for Spring Break|
|Mar 30, 2020||Students return from Spring Break|
|Mar 31, 2020||Classes resume|
|May 29-31, 2020
|Parents Weekend (students may depart with family)
|June 1, 2020||Students depart*
*Important Note: Students with visiting parents should depart on Sunday after Commencement. Students whose parents are not visiting for Parents Weekend should depart on the Monday following Commencement.
Summer 2020 Session 1
June 28, 2020 - July 12, 2020
|June 22, 2020||Summer Interns Arrive|
|June 28, 2020||Students Arrive|
|June 29, 2020||Student Orientation Day|
|June 30, 2020||
First Day Of Summer Classes
|July 17, 2020||
Last Day Of Summer Classes
|July 18, 2020||
Summer Students Depart
Summer 2020 Session 2
July 20, 2020 - August 7, 2020
|July 20, 2020||Students arrive|
|July 21, 2020||Student Orientation Day|
|July 22, 2020||First Day Of Summer Classes|
|August 6, 2020||
Last Day Of Summer Classes
|August 7, 2020||
Summer Students Depart
|August 8, 2020||
Summer Interns Depart
Delphian School is located in the beautiful Willamette Valley, fifty miles southwest of Portland. We are thirty minutes west of Oregon's capital city of Salem and a forty-five minute drive from the scenic Oregon coast.
For those wishing to sight-see while visiting Delphian School, the nearby city of McMinnville has a bustling downtown district with many restaurants, galleries and shops. The Willamette Valley is Oregon's leading wine region and is home to more than 200 wineries. Those visiting Oregon for the first time might also be interested in a drive through the scenic Columbia River Gorge with views of Mt. Hood, Mt. Adams, and Mt. St. Helens.
From Portland International Airport
Take Airport Drive to Interstate 205. Take 205 South and follow to Highway 84 West exit (towards Portland). Continue to Interstate 5 South (towards Salem), taking you through Portland. Continue south through Portland to Route 99W, 99W southwest to just before McMinnville, and follow Highway 18 toward Sheridan. Exit at Business Route 18 through Sheridan to Rock Creek Road, right up Rock Creek Road one mile to the school's front gate.
Take Interstate 5 north on the inland route through the Siskiyou Range and Willamette Valley to Salem, then take Highway 22 west to Willamina, then follow Business Route 18 three miles north (through the town of Willamina) to Rock Creek Road, turn left up Rock Creek Road one mile to the school's front gate.
From the Oregon Coast
If you are coming from the Oregon Coast, take Highway 101 north along the California and Oregon coasts to Lincoln City, then Highway 18 east to the Willamina exit; then follow Business Route 18 (through the town of Willamina) three miles to Rock Creek Road, turn left up Rock Creek Road one mile to the school's front gate.
Take Interstate 5 south past Portland to Route 99W (also marked Tigard exit), 99W southwest to just before McMinnville, and follow Highway 18 toward Sheridan. Exit at Business Route 18 through Sheridan to Rock Creek Road, right up Rock Creek Road one mile to the school's front gate.
Worldwide Medical Insurance Form (International students only)
Public Parent Chaperone Waiver (for hosting students off campus)
For the past 40 years, Delphian's continued expansion has been assisted by gifts of all sizes from families around the globe. We feel honored to have been able to work in a united effort with so many wonderful and generous supporters. Just as your children receive the benefits of past donations, your gifts today will enhance the opportunities for future Delphian students. The most important investment we can make is in our children.
There are four main ways to contribute to Delphian School:
This form of financial support gives flexibility and added strength to the school’s operating budget to undertake projects that might otherwise not be possible.
A capital fund is designed to raise a specific sum of money over several years to meet the varied asset-building needs of the organization. These funds go toward large projects, such as the construction of new buildings, major renovations in current buildings and substantial upgrades to the grounds.
3. Special Projects
If you wish to donate above and beyond the yearly annual fund gift or capital campaign, or donate to a specific area of the school, such as the media lab, our scholarship and financial aid fund or other future facilities, please contact the Development Office.
4. More ways you can help
Our Development Office welcomes your donations to specific projects and/or funds. Please contact us to discuss your preferred method of support.
Volunteers at Delphian help in athletics, arts programs, assist on school trips, appear as guest speakers and join our local parent association. If you would like to contribute your time or expertise, please contact us to find out about current volunteer opportunities.
We know most every family faces some level of challenge in affording a private school education for their child. Delphian School works with all qualified families to help them find the best options for affording a Delphian education, regardless of their financial resources.
Re-Enrolling families who are concerned that Delphian may be beyond their means for the upcoming school year are encouraged to explore the school’s financial aid and contract options with the help of the Re-Enrollment Office. Please contact April Ott at 503-843-3521 or via email at email@example.com.
In recent years, Delphian School awarded over $1,000,000 in financial aid to qualified families. When awarding financial aid, the school considers the family’s demonstrated need; the difference between what the family can reasonably be expected to pay and the cost of tuition constitutes this need.
Families wishing to be considered for financial aid are required to submit an application through Financial Aid for School Tuition (FAST). Parents will be required to submit their most recent tax information as part of this process. All financial aid applications are reviewed by the school's Financial Aid Committee, whose aim is to ensure that each family's financial contribution toward tuition, room, and board is both a feasible and equitable contribution.
As a supplement to any financial aid awarded by the school, parents who are not able to cover the entire cost of tuition, room and board for their child can utilize the services of various financial institutions that specialize in lending to families for secondary school programs. Your Tuition Solution and Prepgate are two such institutions. Please visit their websites to determine if their services will be of help to you.
Re-Enrolling Student Financial Aid Applications are due by February 15th each year. Click here to apply for financial aid for the next school year.
(New families click here for information on new student financial aid applications.)