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We recognize that in today’s competitive world students are required to be at the top of their game—both for today and tomorrow. Picking an exceptional high school is important because it will serve as the critical foundation for college, graduate school, and beyond.

Portland Adventist Academy is the right choice because our administrators and award-winning educators strive to offer a competitive academic experience that has proven to pave the way to success.

We offer many academic highlights. Advanced placement classes as well as college credit and honors courses get you one step ahead of the game while “state-of-the-art” aptly describes what you’ll find in the science department. Our classrooms are equipped with SMART Boards and other new technology designed to enhance teaching and learning.

But academics isn’t the only thing at which we succeed. Our Christ-centered and Character-driven philosophy works to inspire young people to offer care and concern for their immediate community and the world beyond our front door. Our students participate in serving the community through global and local mission trips, all-school service days and more—all designed to help students experience the joy in giving back and to make a difference in our world community. Our many spiritual life programs support these efforts.

Portland Adventist Academy welcomes students regardless of religious beliefs. The educational, social and recreational activities are centered upon Christian principles; all students are expected to honor and respect these principles. Portland Adventist Academy admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Portland Adventist Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, and other school administered programs.