Admissions at Edison

Thank you for your interest in Edison High School! Edison is a:

  • Small school where students are supported with a very low student:teacher ratio, appropriate learning assistance tools and an excellent and highly-trained counseling staff
  • Safe and understanding environment in which each student can acquire knowledge, develop personally and learn important life skills in the way that best suits their needs
  • Tight-knit community with strong relationships among students and staff that inspire success and engagement
  • Great place for teens to experience high school, with many opportunities to participate in extracurricular activities, discover talents and interests, and make wonderful friends

Open House Events

We have currently concluded Open House Events for the school year. 


Please allow an extra 10 minutes for parking before your visit. To park, turn south onto 91st Avenue, which is our driveway. Drive along this road up to and past the tennis courts where you will see a small traffic circle; when you enter the circle take the driveway to the right. You may use the parking spots marked “Edison Visitor” or numbers 7, 8 or 9; these are located directly in front of our building’s main entrance. If these spots are full, please go back down the driveway and park in the parking lot with the security booth between the tennis courts and Beaverton Hillsdale Highway. In that lot, you may park in any spot that does not have a number.

For a map and directions, click here.

The Next Step


Edison High School
9020 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Highway
Portland, OR 97225

Phone: 503-297-2336
Fax: 503-297-2527

Edison High School is located on the campus of Jesuit High School.

Located in Portland, Oregon, Edison High School is a private school dedicated to meeting the special education needs of Learning Disabled teens (LD teens). Our students' learning differences include dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, Asperger syndrome, Tourette syndrome, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, auditory processing, visual processing, communication disorders, executive functioning weakness and nonverbal learning disorders.