Three Rivers School
Three Rivers K-8 School is located in Sunriver, Oregon. Every member of our staff believes in the potential of every child we serve. We strive to provide a world class education that meets each student’s individual needs.
At Three Rivers School, we create opportunities for growing resilient hearts and minds in a community where all students are empowered to achieve academic, social and emotional success.
We envision ourselves as the hub of our small community and we welcome involvement from all community groups, families of students, and individuals looking to make a difference in their community.
While we focus on academics, we are also proud of the many opportunities we provide our students to help them enjoy a wide range of learning experiences. Our music program is truly amazing. We hold monthly assemblies about character. We invite authors and other special guests to share with us. We go on field trips to the Bend Science Station, the High Desert Museum, Outdoor School, Fall River and many other great places. We put on a spring musical and often have more than 50 students participate. After school, we cheer on our sports teams in volleyball, cross-country, track and field, wrestling, basketball and football. We make sure art is part of student life and we celebrate student artwork with art displays and art fairs. It’s a lively, fun, exciting place to learn!
We encourage you to come by and say hi, get a tour of our beautiful facility, and find out how to enroll your student.
Welcome to Three Rivers!
Pictured above, left to right: Denise - Office Support, Tim - Principal, Aimee - Office Secretary/Registrar,
Malie - School Counselor, Lorin - Assistant Principal, Jill - Office Manager.
56900 Enterprise Drive
Sunriver, OR 97707
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Kindergarten to 8th Grade:
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