Talk:Education in Portland, Oregon

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Here is a list of private and public high schools in Portland that are missing articles:

  1. City Christian High School
  2. Marshall High School (Portland, Oregon)
  3. North Catholic High School (Portland, Oregon) (defunct school existed starting in 1958, burned in the early 1970s, unrelated to De La Salle)
  4. Pacific Crest Community School
  5. Parkrose High School
  6. Portland Christian High School
  7. Portland Waldorf High School
  8. Roosevelt High School (Portland, Oregon)

These might merit a mention since they compete at OSAA level:

  1. Columbia Christian High School

Katr67 (talk) 22:23, 5 February 2009 (UTC)

Refs for North Catholic, if its notable[edit]

It burned down in 1970.

Katr67 (talk) 04:53, 7 February 2009 (UTC)