Category : Featured News

Expansion News: The Marylhurst School to add middle school grades.

The Marylhurst School is pleased to formally announce our expansion into middle school.  After a year-long research and development investigation by members of our faculty and staff, the Board of Trustees approved expansion into the middle school grades.  Our classes will roll out with 6th grade in 2015-16, 7th grade in 2016-17, and 8th grade – our […]

The Marylhurst School Relocates in Oregon City

After 29 years residing in Oregon City’s historical Barclay Building, The Marylhurst School will relocate to the former Oregon City School District Mt. Pleasant campus, forging a new partnership with the Oregon City Police Department, this summer. Read Full press release (pdf). Pamplin Media/Clackamas Review article – Marylhurst School moving to site of future Oregon […]

2015-16 Enrollment

The Marylhurst School has a few remaining enrollment spaces in our preschool threes program, and is accepting applications for 4th, 5th and 6th grade transfer students for the 2015-16 school year.  Please call 503-650-0978 for more information or connect with our admissions director today.

Christmas Tree Fundraiser

It’ll be that time of year soon! Once again, the Parson family is offering a generous holiday season fundraising opportunity for The Marylhurst School. Anyone who presents this flyer with their tree purchase at the Parson Landing Christmas Tree Farm will have 50% of the tree sale donated back to the school. You may print, […]

We’ve changed our website address. Please bookmark themarylhurstschool.org.

Update: You may have noticed we have transitioned our website from .com to .org. Please bookmark the new website address, themarylhurstschool.org, and update your school email contacts from .com to .org. Thank you!

Marylhurst School Classmates Share Top State Poetry Honors

OREGON CITY – Seven students at The Marylhurst School in Oregon City took top honors this spring in two of Oregon’s biggest student poetry contests. The winners included three classmates who swept their statewide age division in The Oregon Poetry Association’s annual contest, as well as five students whose work was selected for the annual […]