Visit our Campus

Visit our Campus

We want you to discover what Sisters Christian Academy is all about and to determine if our school would be a good fit for your family is to visit our campus.

Please call our school office at (541) 549-4133 to set up one of the following options:

1.    Campus Tour: We are happy to give you a personal tour of our campus and have you visit our classrooms and meet with our Principal.
2.    Shadow Student: We can arrange for your child to spend some time in our classes with a current student who is in the same grade.
3.    Talk to Us: We are happy to have you to talk to any of our teachers or school board members. We can also put you in touch with a current school family that has students in the same grade level as your children.

We look forward to seeing you on campus! Please check in at the school office when you come.


Parent Testimonials

“The Christian values along with the love and joy of learning are immense!”
“My children have gained confidence, happiness, security, challenges, and great rewards.”
“The small class sizes allow for closer relationships, not only between students, but also with the other parents and entire staff.”
“Sisters Christian Academy is not only a school of excellent academics, but also comfortable like family!”
“We enrolled at Sisters Christian Academy because of our desire for our children to have a more stimulating academic environment with small class sizes.”
“Loving, committed teachers teach our children how to deal with life’s issues in a godly manner.”
“Our children are supported and strengthened in all of their pursuits by gentle Christian guidance.”
“Our children learn character qualities that support the values we teach at home.”
“Our children have made wonderful friends who have shared their values and as they have entered adolescence they have been shaped by those values rather than by the “pop culture.”
“In 5th grade we switched to Sisters Christian Academy and I have a joyful, confident child again.”
“My child does not miss feeling lost in a classroom of 28 kids.”