2021-22 Applications Due Soon
- Jan. 21: Preschool-5th Grade
- Feb. 1: 6-8th Grade
- Feb. 1: 9-12th Grade
Catlin Gabel has always been the preeminent progressive school in Oregon. But it’s about more than academics. It’s about empowering students to think for themselves, to be curious about the world in which they live. To help them to speak up and speak out. To advocate—for others and for their own learning—with a curiosity and empathy that’s tirelessly inspired and fostered by our teachers. In doing so they become scholars of life and for life.
from 55 ZIP codes
identify as people of color
in 4 consecutive years (2017-2020)
of financial assistance per eligible student
spoken at home
the Oregon Athletic Coaches Association All Sport Champion Award
We are committed to making our education accessible and affordable for all families.
We have put together a list of the most commonly asked questions related specifically to our admission process and wait pool.
An experienced educator and inclusivity practitioner, Jasmine Love has devoted her career to fostering communities in which all children can pursue educational excellence.
Last fall, as Catlin Gabel’s faculty gathered to spend a professional development day thinking about experiential learning, a group of my students were in prison.
Henry, a five-year-old kindergartener, walked up to me and, with his hands in his pockets, declared, “I know what we should build next.”
You came to Catlin Gabel for high school and graduated when you were sixteen. How did you know, as a pre-teen, that this was the right school for you?
For one school day each year, we toss out our normal routine of individual classes and instead immerse ourselves in a parent-led exploration of select state-of-the-art medical technologies.
Six stories of how Catlin Gabel students identify issues and find ways to make a difference.