Arco Iris Spanish Immersion School
13 Best Public Middle Schools in Oregon
- Beaverton School District, OR
Parent: We have had our daughter there for two years and are thrilled with progress academically and language wise. The teachers are amazingly caring and the new principal (Martha Diaz) couldn’t be better. The board and parent volunteers have worked tirelessly to get a new building for the school and their efforts have finally paid off! We are excited to move into a new facility, estimated for Fall 2018!
- 263 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
French American International School
- Private School
- Portland, OR
- PK, K-8
Parent: French American Int'l School has been wonderful for my two daughters. Not only do they teach high-quality language immersion but the arts, technology, music and PE are all infused in their core learning. The middle school (Gilkey) gives fantastic structure for those awkward tween years. Small class sizes and a dedicated group of teachers who have been there forever make a vibrant learning environment. The IB program is an added bonus that enhances their studies considerably. The IB load starts early and continues all the way through middle school, setting them up for a rigorous high school curriculum. Not all immersion schools provide this level of high-quality studies. French American walks their talk. Plus, they are building a new facility for their middle school! It is definitely worth checking out. The one drawback is the pick up/drop off process. It gets bogged down pretty fast.
- 488 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Cor Deo Christian Academy
- Private School
- Beaverton, OR
High School Senior: Although Cor Deo is not for everyone, the students and faculty are very welcoming and most people that come to this school find a home. Although the students do group off, it is very easy to make friendships with anyone and the school does feel like a community in its entirety. Very Christian, very conservative, but very friendly. The principals of both campuses are hardworking, and respectable, but also relatable men.
- 156 Students
- 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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