- Private, Boarding, Episcopal
- PORTLAND, OR
- Academicsgrade A+
- Diversitygrade A
- Teachersgrade A
- College Prepgrade A+
- Clubs & Activitiesgrade A+
- Sportsgrade A
OES is a pre-kindergarten through grade 12 college-preparatory, independent school that serves 870 students from around the world. Since 1869, OES has helped students develop solid academic skills, sound character, strong leadership abilities, and an appreciation for the value of hard work and giving back to the community. At OES, academics are a blend of traditional, research-based, cross-disciplinary, and experiential coursework. We believe students learn best through experiences that fascinate them, so we create environments and explorations that open them up to the world.
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Winterim Takes Students Outside the Ordinary
Winterim experiences reflect an intentional time set aside in the OES Upper School for experiential pursuits. Winterim is rooted in the OES inquiry cycle of exploring, creating, connecting, committing, and reflecting. Faculty and students collaborate to plan a broad variety of experiences that provide opportunities for them to work and learn together as part of our shared community.
Culture & Safety
- Homecoming, winterim, casino night.25%
- Midwinter Madness21%
- Opening day bell tower ceremony, St. Nick Chapel11%
- Offers Full WeekYes
- Offers Part WeekNo data available
- Offers Full DayYes
- Offers Part DayYes
Clubs & Activities
Oregon Episcopal School Reviews
The academics are nothing short of rigorous, with a level that nearly over-prepared me for college. I felt supported by all the peer help programs and all the teachers through all of my academic endevours. I also felt like I had the tools to do what I needed, from taking advantage of the 3d printers at EC3 to asking for funding for my science research.
Sports are good, OES is incredible at lacrosse and reaches state for nearly every sport nearly every year. Spirit is on point and all the students are friendly. There’s no such thing as cliques at OES.