Edison is the only private high school in Oregon specifically designed to meet the needs of students with complex learning differences. Because no two students are alike, Edison takes a customized approach to learning, offering individual attention when and where it is needed. Within our small and supportive academic environment, students develop strong relationships with faculty members who become familiar with their learning styles. Edison students gain self-discipline and organizational skills, practice self-advocacy and build confidence in their ability to learn, alongside their academic studies. In addition, we:
At Edison, we offer appropriate learning-based accommodations designed to meet the special needs of students with learning differences including:
These tools help our students successfully master the class material, retain information and demonstrate proficiency.
Edison High School's academically challenging curriculum follows the State of Oregon's graduation requirements and, whenever possible, prepares students to meet Certificate of Initial Mastery benchmarks.
A hallmark of Edison is the frequent communication among the students, staff, parents and other professionals working with our teenagers.
Edison is a four-year, full-service high school program with a strong record of academic success. The vast majority of our students receive their high school diplomas and most Edison students continue their education beyond a high school diploma. About one-third of our graduates go on to a four-year college, while two-thirds of students attend a two-year institution, enter the workforce or work while continuing post-graduate education. All students who earn their diplomas from Edison receive career awareness and guidance through our transition program.
Edison High School is accredited by AdvancED, formerly Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges.