12 US Commerce Association award
June 29, 2012
-- US Commerce Association (USCA) Spokesman Kelly McCartney, in announcing the 2012 winners of its “Best of Local Business” awards, named the Delphian School the winner in the Best of Sheridan Awards in the Boarding Schools category. The school is located on an 800-acre hill above Sheridan in Oregon’s abundant Willamette Valley, southwest of Portland.
McCartney, speaking for the USCA Board of Review stated, “I am pleased to announce that Delphian School has been selected as a winner of the 2012 Best of Sheridan Awards in the Boarding Schools category by the US Commerce Association.
“I’m sure that your selection as the 2012 winner is a reflection of the hard work of not only yourself, but of the many people who have supported your school and contributed to The Delphian School’s subsequent success,” continued McCartney. “Congratulations on your selection to such an elite group of small businesses and similar organizations.”
The USCA “Best of Local Business” Awards Program recognizes outstanding local businesses and organizations throughout the country. Each year, the USCA identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and community.
Delphian School is a premiere, international, K-12 day and boarding school, celebrating 36 years of its unique proficiency-
based, self-paced educational methodology, including college preparatory, English-as-a-
Second-Language, and summer programs. Delphian School is an accredited member of the Pacific Northwest Association of Independent Schools and an accredited member school of the Northwest Accreditation Commission. The school is an active member of the Oregon Federation of Independent Schools and the school is licensed to use Applied Scholastics educational services. Delphian School’s 800-acre campus is located southwest of Portland in the abundant Willamette Valley, heart of Oregon’s family-friendly wine country.