How You Can Help

Join Edison High School's annual Brilliance Benefit on Saturday, March 11, at the Sentinel Hotel at 5:00 pm. Take part in a virtual silent auction the week preceding.

Come together on March 11 to enjoy an inspirational program and a live auction complete with cocktails, live music, and a sit-down dinner, followed by a casino night after-party with games, prizes, and more!

“Laissez faire bon temps rouler!” - Let the good times roll

As the only high school in the Portland area specifically designed for students with learning differences, Edison High School is a valuable asset to the community. We deeply appreciate all those who recognize—and choose to invest in—the potential of the special young people we serve.

Edison High School is incorporated as a nonprofit organization and receives no government funding or assistance. Our basic operational funds are generated through tuition, while the remainder comes from donations.

Edison students rely on the generosity of people like you to support and sustain the important work we do here. We invite community members to contribute to the advancement of the school's mission, and to help us offer financial aid to underserved youth with learning differences who have nowhere else to turn.

No matter how big or small, your tax-deductible donation helps Edison High School provide the best possible education for students with learning differences. To make your donation, please click here.

On behalf of our students, thank you for your generosity and support!


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.