• Introduction
  • Program Info
  • Contact Info

  • Six-Point Philosophy

    The Korean School of Oregon, founded in 1981, was established to achieve the following goals:

  • To teach the modern Korean language in its standard written and spoken forms, emphasizing grammar, commposition and vocabulary acquisition from novice to advanced levels

  • To introduce traditional and contemporary elements of Korean culture including the arts, family life, folk philosophy, food and drink, religion and social norms

  • To celebrate important events and holidays in the Korean-American community

  • To increase awareness of Korean and Korean-American history

  • To promote interaction between Korean-American students and the greater community in which they live

  • To support the study of traditional and contemporary Korea by all interested people

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    Special Needs Served by the Program

    1. Korean Language Curriculum for K-12
      (Fri. 4:45 PM - 7:45 PM, Sat. 10:00 AM - 1:30 PM)

    2. Preparation for the SAT-II Korean Test

    3. Korean Language Word-Processing and Internet Class

    4. Promotion of Korean Traditional Performing Arts

    5. Community-building for persons of Korean-American descent and all others interested in Korea
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    Address :

    Korean Language School & Culture of Oregon (in Beaverton)
    7650 SW 81st Ave.
    Portland, OR 97223

    Portland Branch (in Kellogg Middle School)
    69th and Powell Blvd.

    Phone :

    971-570-8290 : Mrs. Heeyoun Jun
    503-977-2617 : Mrs. Kyonghwa You

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