Veritas School (Newberg, Oregon)
|401 Mission Dr
Newberg, Oregon, Yamhill County, 97132
|Color(s)||Burgundy and navy |
|Athletics conference||OSAA Casco League 1A-2|
Veritas School is a private Christian school in Newberg, Oregon, United States. Founded in 1997, it uses the Classical Christian education model, with all students receiving a Liberal Arts education. This includes Math (through Calculus), Science, History, English, Literature, Theology, Foreign Language (Latin is begun in 3rd grade and highschoolers can take four years of French or three of Latin and one of New-Testament Greek), Art, Music, Rhetoric, Formal Logic, and PE. All subjects are taught with God and His Word at their core.
The 18 members of the Class of 2013 averaged 1923 on the SAT, placing it in the 89th percentile nationally. Those 18 were offered more than $4.25 million in initial scholarship offers from colleges such as Stanford University, Hillsdale College, Wheaton College, and Baylor University. Two of these seniors received full-ride scholarships.
Since 2005, Veritas has had 24 National Merit honorees.
In 2011, Veritas graduated 21 students, the largest senior class in the history of the school, and in 2012, its 100th graduate received his diploma.
Only half of Veritas students come from the Newberg area, with some families driving over an hour one way from such cities as Salem, Milwaukie, Beaverton, Lake Oswego, McMinnville, Forest Grove, and Portland.
The school is currently building a permanent facility on the corner of Bell and College roads in Newberg.
"The mission of Veritas School is to cultivate wisdom, virtue, and godliness in its students, faculty, staff, families, and communities by providing an excellent Christ-centered and classical education."