Chehalem Valley Schools

Administration: 503-554-5000

Antonia Crater Elementary: 503-554-4650
Kindergarten through fifth grade

Chehalem Valley Middle School: 503-554-4600
Sixth, seventh and eighth grade

Dundee Elementary: 503-554-4850
Kindergarten through fifth grade

Edwards Elementary: 503-554-5050
Kindergarten through fifth grade

Ewing Young Elementary: 503-554-4750
Kindergarten through fifth grade

Joan Austin Elementary: 503-554-4550
Kindergarten through fifth grade

Mabel Rush Elementary: 503-554-4450
Kindergarten through fifth grade

Mountain View Middle School: 503-554-4500
Sixth, seventh and eighth grade

Newberg High School: 503-554-4400
Ninth through twelfth grade

Quick Facts About Newberg Public Schools

  • 5,180 students attend public school in six elementary schools, two middle schools and four high school. Newberg School District serves cities of Newberg and Dundee, plus unincorporated areas of Yamhill, Wash. and Clackamas counties.
  • Focus is on developing excellent skills in reading, writing and mathematics, and preparing graduates for college, work and citizenship
  • Seven of eight schools rated strong or exceptional by the Oregon Dept. of Education.
  • Newberg High is one of only four large high schools in the state earning an “exceptional” rating from the state two years in a row.
  • A higher percentage of Newberg students met or exceeded state standards in reading, math, writing and science than state averages.
  • High school students averaged an SAT score of 1565 compared to the Oregon average of 1547 and national average of 1509.
  • Performing arts, agriscience, engineering and civic involvement are award-winning programs.
  • Rigorous new graduation requirements align with the Oregon University System.
  • Partnerships with Portland Community College and local businesses help prepare students for college and work.
Administration: 503-633-2541

St. Paul Elementary: 503-633-2691
Kindergarten through sixth grade

St. Paul High School: 503-633-2541
Seventh through twelfth grade

Numerous private schools are located throughout Yamhill County. Some include preschools. More preschools are listed in local phone directories, available at the Chamber office. Some private elementary, middle and high schools in the Newberg area are:

C.S. Lewis Academy: 503-538-0114
Pre-K through twelfth grade

St. Paul Parochial School: 503-633-4622
Pre-K through eighth grade

Veritas School: 503-538-1962
Kindergarten through twelfth grade

Head Start: 1-503-538-7858

Head Start is a family-focused early-childhood development program for children from birth through age five. Many programs operate full day and full year. Head Start’s educational program is designed to meet each child’s individual needs. Developmental screenings are provided and teachers work with parents to plan and implement their child’s educational plan. Every effort is made to provide a classroom environment that is culturally comfortable to all families.

Portland Community College Newberg Center: 971-722-8602

Portland Community College Newberg Center offers a variety of courses – credit and non-credit – to residents of Newberg and surrounding areas. One of a handful of LEED Platinum educational facilities in the nation, Newberg Center opened its doors in fall of 2011, and provides the following course offerings fall, winter, spring and summer quarters:

• reading, writing and math – college prep through college level classes
• psychology, sociology, history
• writing, literature, and communications
• business and computing skills
• astronomy and environmental science
• non-credit, community education courses in a variety of topics
• low- or no-cost classes for seniors
• volunteer opportunities in our Learning Garden
• and more!

George Fox University: 503-538-8383
Online calendar:

A Christian university of the arts, sciences, and professional studies, George Fox University was founded in Newberg in 1891. Today, it is Newberg’s second largest employer and brings thousands of students and visitors to the region each year.

George Fox encourages the local community to take advantage of its offerings, including:

  • Music, theater, and artistic events
  • Academic lectures and chapel speakers
  • NCAA Div. III athletic events
  • Low-cost classes for senior citizens
  • Student volunteers and interns
  • Tilikum Retreat Center.