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LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT

We are on the traditional territory of the Northern Paiute, the Wasco, and the Warm Springs tribes, which now comprise The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Acknowledging territory shows respect for Indigenous Peoples who called the land home before the arrival of settlers, and in many cases, still call it home. It’s important to recognize that we are simply guests on this land. As educators, students, and parents interested in growth, we pledge to continue learning about the first people who lived on these territories; to build relationships with tribal communities; and to include and uplift Indigenous voices as we deliver programs, events and advocate for a sustainable future.

Quick Facts

6:1 Student to faculty ratio
250 Students for the 2021-22 School Year
42 Faculty & Staff for the 2021-22 school year
18 Average class size for 2021-22
800% of faculty hold advanced degrees
Brochure for SPS from 1998
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Where we started

Seven Peaks was founded in 1998 by a small group of lifelong learners who were dedicated to creating a rigorous and caring educational experience for their children. Since those first years, we have sent many talented, empathetic people out into the world. Seven Peaks School focuses on skill development, not just curriculum, so that children are prepared to go anywhere and do anything they dream. At Seven Peaks School we learn how to think, how to be, and how to do.