The Delphian School is a co-ed K–12 private school operated by Delphi Schools, which employs L. Ron Hubbard's study techniques, known as Study Tech. It is located in unincorporated Yamhill County, Oregon, near Sheridan. The school operates primarily as a boarding school, with most students living on campus either full-time or five-day . The school also accepts day students; boarders must be at least eight years old, while day students can be as young as five. Most of the school's 272 students are in grades 8-12.
In the fall of 1976, the Delphian School opened on the site of a former a Jesuit novitiate near Sheridan, Oregon. The main building on campus is a four-story, Art Deco-style building with a brick exterior that was designed by Poole & McGonigle and built in 1933 for the Jesuit house.
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