Whether your goal is workforce development, professional development, or personal growth, schools and colleges in North Clackamas offer learning opportunities for all ages.
Understanding that education is a foundation of both commerce and community, businesses make regular contributions to area schools through business partnerships, student mentorships, and volunteerism.
Developing Tomorrow’s Workforce
Click here for school boundary information for the North Clackamas School District. This works two ways. If you want to find out the schools for a particular address, click on the blue MetroMap link and enter the address. If you want to look at the map for a given level (elementary, middle school, high school), click on the appropriate section in the box on the left. Clicking on the various colored sections of the map will tell you which school is in each zone.
North Clackamas Schools offers relevant and innovative approaches to meet the individual learning needs of each student. Among the jewels of the district is the Sabin-Schellenberg Professional Technical Center, located on two campuses in the district offering high school classes in approximately 20 professional technical programs. Over 4,000 students attend through the year.
The Gladstone District has three schools with a focus on high academic expectations, life-long learning, and technology. The district has added an early childhood education center, and created a state-of-the-art applied science and technology center, while renovating fine arts facilities.
Several private schools serve the area, including Portland Waldorf School, and three Catholic schools: LaSalle High School, St. John the Baptist and Christ the King. A number of area churches and charter schools offer additional educational options from early childhood through 12th grade.
Continuing Your Education
Clackamas Community College
Education That Works
CCC provides career technical education, college transfer degrees and basic skills education along with workforce and business services, job training and community education classes. CCC keeps the economy moving forward in our region by offering Customized Training, Cooperative Work Experience, Workforce Investment Act programs and the Small Business Development Center.
For more almost 50 years, Clackamas Community College has been working to meet the education and training needs of the community. Recognized for its committed, supportive faculty and staff, the college offers classes and services to a diverse student body at three active campuses – the Oregon City campus, the Harmony Community Campus in North Clackamas, and the Wilsonville campus.
CCC’s Small Business Development Center offers free business counseling to small business owners, with assistance in financial management marketing, and more.