Please welcome the new Education Director, Phally Nim.
Mrs. Nim has graciously volunteered for the highest responsible position at our school as the school Director for 2009 to present.  She comes with the distinctive vision to improving school enrollment, raising academic standards, and setting new school policies to accommodate the ever demanding students of today. Our school is very fortunate in having Mrs. Nim taking on this role. 
Mrs. Nim is one of the original founders of the Cambodian-American Community of Oregon, known as CACO. She is also a former CACO President, and a Cambodian school teacher for many years.  She is currently a branch manager for the Oregon Department of Human Services in Portland. Mrs. Nim is also a housewife, married to Mr. Phal Nim, a successful business man, and a mother of two grown sons, Danny and Darrin Nim. 

2014 Children Beginner Class

2014 Teen to Adult intermediate/Advance Class

Cambodian school wishes to THANK its volunteer staffs of the 2016 school year, as well as the many volunteers who have given their time, effort, and dedication to school in the past. Without them, the Cambodian school wouldn't exist. Our sincere appreciation to all of them.


Class Schedule in Detail

School is now accepting pre-enrollment for the 2017 academic year. New or returning students are encouraged to apply early to ensure seating as space is limited. This year, several class levels will be offered to accommodate students with different Cambodian language background and ages. In addition, we will have variety of cultural classes.







 Did you know that CACO's school has been keeping your attendance records and achievement grades for all these years? Yes, we have.
Do you know that classes taken at the Cambodian School can be transferred to foreign language credits at your local school districts or universities? Yes, they can.
Contact Cambodian school for details or for your personal transcripts. You may have earned enough credits to graduate from school already!

Geography and History class on February 2011:

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