Brilliance Benefit

Each year, Edison High School hosts the Brilliance Benefit, an enchanting and inspiring evening of friendship, food and fundraising. The Brilliance Benefit is one of the two annual events where we appeal directly to you, our community champions, for gifts to support our tuition assistance fund. Attendees enjoy dinner, an auction and, for the price of a raffle ticket, a chance to win a fabulous vacation. We invite you to partner with us to ensure that all of our students reach their full potential!


WHEN: March 6, 7:00 - 8:00 PM 
WHERE: From the comfort of your own home!

Come on down! You’re invited to Edison’s Virtual Brilliance ‘Game Show Night’ Benefit!

It’s time to shine a light on our AMAZING Edison students and raise money for the programs that support our students!

We invite you to this virtual auction experience where you, the viewer, will have the opportunity to bid on our fabulous prizes!

Get a head start by purchasing your raffle tickets today! Our fabulous Palm Springs package is worth $5,000 and tickets are just $25! Buy Today!

More event registration information coming soon!

All ‘contestants’ will receive the benefit of helping our students!


As part of our Brilliance Benefit every year, we offer the wonderful opportunity to win an all-expenses-paid vacation. The winner of the raffle enjoys  5 nights at Villa Royale in Palm Springs, in a 2 bedroom suite*, $1,000 to use for airfare, golf, dining, horseback riding or other adventure in the beautiful Coachella Valley! 

Congratulations to this year's winner, Vicki Hall! 



Riley Wass '21 shared his educational journey and how his learning differences have impacted him.

Edison High school is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Our Federal Tax ID number is 23-7348113.


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.