• Welcome to Victory Academy, Oregon’s only year-round, accredited school for children and teens affected by Autism

    We support our students as they form meaningful relationships, establish lifelong learning habits, and achieve independence.

  • Student-Centered Learning

    Victory teaches to the whole child - academics, language and communication, social/emotional skill development, self-determination - using innovative practices, research-based techniques, and person-centered planning.

  • Nurturing Environment

    Victory honors the dignity of all students, offering a loving and nurturing environment that marries the student’s natural affinities and interests with individualized educational instruction.

  • Differentiated Communication Systems

    Victory focuses on the development of functional communication systems for all, differentiating techniques to ensure an effective strategy for every student (expressive speech, written, augmentative and alternative devices, typing, and visual systems).

  • Meaningful Relationships with Others

    Victory fosters life-long meaningful relationships between students and their peers, families, teachers, community members, and employers through instruction of social skills and communication.

  • Sensory-Focused

    Victory believes that sensory regulation plays a key role in student success, and thus, creates an environment that considers each student’s sensory needs.

  • Critical Life Skills

    Victory promotes the development of daily living skills, executive functioning, and social cognition through evidence-based methods applied across numerous environments.

  • Community Partnerships

    Victory cultivates strong partnerships through community education, vocational opportunities, and recreational exploration in order to support students’ lifelong participation as active, productive members of their communities.

  • Victory for All

    Victory believes in the potential of every student and celebrates all achievements and victories.


Victory Academy (Victory) is Oregon's only dedicated year-round private school, serving Oregon's children and teens affected by Autism. Victory is accredited through AdvancEd and approved by the Oregon Department of Education.

For the upcoming 2020-2021 school year, Victory will serve over 75 students with Autism (age 5/elementary through age 20/High School Program). Victory's high school program offers both modified and regular diplomas; each are five-year programs.

Victory is the first school of its kind in the Greater Portland Metro Area to offer a comprehensive educational and therapeutic program to children affected by Autism. Specifically, Victory provides students with a customized academic plan, integrating innovative strategies into every learning task. The school is unique from the public school settings, as Victory offers year-round school at 7 hours per day and low student to teacher ratio (approximately 1:3).

In addition to its robust academic programs focusing on language arts (reading, writing, and listening), math, social studies, and science, Victory is proud to offer additional therapies and innovative courses, specifically designed to meet the learning profiles of students with Autism. These include: Applied behavior analysis, adapted physical education, art, alternative and augmentative communication, choir, community based instruction, drama, fine and gross motor development/occupational therapy and physical therapy, fitness, musical theater, peer mentors, recreation, rock band, sensory integration, social cognition, social skills groups, speech and language, transition services, and work experience.

Currently, there is no other model like this in Oregon.

Victory believes that all students affected by Autism can reach their fullest potential through an education based in both structure and playful engagement. Each child's particular strengths and challenges are constantly assessed to direct the child's teachers in selecting best practice teaching methodologies for the individual child. Moreover, Victory maintains that all students learn with greater ease when their natural interests and affinities are honored throughout the school day.

  • Serving children and teens affected by Autism (age 4-20)
  • Year-round school (students have 7 weeks off dispersed throughout the 12 month school year)
  • Staff members are highly trained and continue to participate in targeted professional development
  • Full-day program (7 hours per day)
  • Drop off at 8:30 a.m. and pick up by 3:45 p.m.
  • A robust After School Program, including therapies, sports, and classes
  • Student-to-adult ratio is approximately 3:1
  • Non-Profit: Fundraising events support the hiring of on-site specialists and specialized curriculum
  • Located in Sherwood, Oregon, conveniently off of Interstate 5, serving Clackamas, Clark, Multnomah, Marion, Polk, Washington, and Yamhill counties
  • The new Victory Campus opened in September 2015
  • Victory is a non-profit, 501 (c)(3), approved by the Oregon Department of Education and accredited through AdvancEd.

I invite you to read through the website and "experience" Victory. Please call or email if you have questions.


Tricia Hasbrook
Founder and Director of School


Please help support Victory Academy with your tax-deductible donation.


advanced oregon



Accreditation and Non-Discrimination Policy

Victory Academy is a non-profit, 501 (c)(3), approved by the Oregon Department of Education, and accredited through the Northwest Accreditation Commission, an accreditation division of AdvancEd.

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY: Victory Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religious preference, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its admission selections, educational policies and programs, and/or hiring and employment practices.