Sheridan, Oregon, USA
Co-Ed, No Religious Affiliation
On Delphian's 725 acre campus in beautiful Oregon, you won’t find teachers lecturing while students rotely take notes. You will find students actively engaged in learning, increasingly studying independently and moving at the speed that is right for them. You’ll see lively one-on-one and small group discussions on works of literature, art, business, science or current events. You’ll see students creating clay models to explain and demonstrate a concept, a student giving a presentation on his apprenticeship experience or a topic he’s just researched, and students heading to the science lab or out into the world to test or explore a theory. The Delphi Program is designed to help students value education by relating it to how it is used to be successful in life. You’ll find Delphian students living their education from the moment they walk onto campus.
Our faculty excel at keeping students motivated and on track with their studies, and you can be assured that each student receives highly personal attention—every academic program is individually designed to best cater to the student's academic needs and interests. Each student at Delphian is treated as an individual, and we seek to help all of them find their own purpose and use for their education.
Delphian School is a member of the Oregon Federation of Independent Schools, an Accredited Member of the Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools (PNAIS: now NWAIS or Northwest Association of Independent Schools), and an accredited member school of the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC).
Delphian School is an independent nonprofit organization and does not receive funds from government, religious or other such groups. Funds for operations and capital improvements are raised through tuition, fees and charitable contributions.