Corbett School

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Corbett School
Corbett Grade School - Corbett, Oregon.jpg
35800 E Historic Columbia River Highway
Corbett, Oregon, Multnomah County 97109
United States
Coordinates 45°31′50″N 122°17′41″W / 45.530504°N 122.294703°W / 45.530504; -122.294703Coordinates: 45°31′50″N 122°17′41″W / 45.530504°N 122.294703°W / 45.530504; -122.294703
Type Public School
School district Corbett School District
Principal Randi Trani, Deanna Hanes [1][2]
Grades K-12[2][3]
Number of students 600[2]
Color(s) Red and Black   [1]
Athletics conference OSAA Tri-Valley Conference 4A-2[1]
Mascot Cardinals[1]

Corbett School is a K-12 public school in Corbett, Oregon, United States. In 2010, Corbett School was ranked 5th among public schools in the United States by Newsweek, as measured by the proportion of students who passed college prep courses.[4] In 2011, it was ranked 15th by The Washington Post.[citation needed]


In 2008, 90% of the school's seniors received their high school diploma. Of 41 students, 37 graduated, 2 dropped out, 1 part-time home school student and 1 received a modified diploma.[5][6]