• Portland Opportunities Industrialization Center + Rosemary Anderson High School (POIC + RAHS)

    5 school locations across Portland Metro Area:

    • North Campus: 717 N. Killingsworth Ct., Portland, OR 97217
    • SE Campus:  At Wattles Boys & Girls Club - 9330 SE Harold St, Portland, OR 97266
    • New Columbia Campus: 4610 N. Trenton Ave. Portland, OR 97203
    • East Campus: At Rockwood Plaza - 2208 SE 182nd Portland, OR 97233
    • Middle School: At regence Boys & Girls Club - 430 N. Trenton Ave., Portland, OR  97203

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    The Portland Opportunities Industrialization Center + Rosemary Anderson High School is committed to serving at-risk youth through the age of 25, providing the highest quality services in education, mentoring, family outreach, employment training and placement.

    • We believe all people have value
    • We believe all people can grow
    • We believe all people can contribute & build thriving communities

    Rosemary Anderson High School is accredited by the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools and approved by the Oregon Department of Education.  We have been serving Portland's most at-risk and disadvantaged youth for nearly three decades and have established a culture of success throughout our student population by offering constant individualized support and creating an academic environment founded upon a nurturing yet challenging classroom culture.  RAHS offers rigorous, high quality curriculum and alignment with state standards in all major courses of study.  Our innovative educational philosophy is based upon years of experience and observation working with underrepresented minority students (81% of RAHS students are children of color), many of whom have come to us after failing in larger urban school environments. 

    All enrolled students receive support after graduation through the transition to college or career training through the age of 25.

    Rosemary Anderson is an accredited alternative high school serving students who want more whole-life support and responsive teachers as they work towards completing their diploma or GED.

    • Small class sizes with individual attention
    • Mentors and tutors available
    • Counseling and social support services
    • Teean parent programs
    • Free healthy breakfast and lunch
    • Conneciton to PAID internships
    • Support after graduation for college prep and employment training


    Community Supporters
    Portland Public Schools
    Oregon Department of Education
    Precision Castparts Corporation
    Portland Community College
    Institute for Youth Success
    Portland State University
    Lewis and Clark College
    Concordia University
    BOULE Group
    Chill Snowboarding Project
    Boise Neighborhood Business Association
    Portland Children's Levy
    Oregon Youth Development Council
    El Programma Hispano
    Friends of Trees
    Bureau of Land Management and Forest Service 



Joe McFerrin II
  • School Principals



    • New Columbia Campus:  TBD  503-943-5663



    • MS Campus: TBD  971-940-8014