David Douglas Online Academy
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Our School

Welcome to the David Douglas Online Academy!

David Douglas School District has added an exciting opportunity for students for the 2021-22 school year. The David Douglas Online Academy (DDOA) is a new program designed to serve families that prefer an online educational option for their children.

Students grades K-12 can attend school virtually. Additionally, interested DDOA students can access courses, activities and athletics at school. DDOA is a program designed to meet students’ needs!

Space is limited. More information is on our Enrollment and Important School Information pages.

Portrait photo of Linda Vancil

Principal’s Message

Welcome to the David Douglas Online Academy (DDOA)! I am honored to be in charge of providing this unique opportunity for David Douglas School District students.

DDOA provides an online option for families. We are a flexible learning program that will work to meet the individual needs of our students. A full time school counselor is available to support students K-12. Students Kindergarten through grade 5 will have live teacher led instruction daily, similar to the CDL schedule in 2020-21. Students in grades 6-12 will be working in a much more independent system with daily teacher contact available. Additionally, students can request to take in-person classes and activities at their neighborhood school.

The DDOA team looks forward to serving your family! Please feel free to reach out using the contact information listed below.

Linda Vancil

Office Contacts

DDOA Office

1400 SE 135th Ave, Portland OR 97233

Office hours vary, please contact us to schedule an appointment


503-389-0288 (call or text)


DDOA Staff Page

School Calendar

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  • 01 Oct

    K-5th No School - PD/Parent Communication

  • 29 Oct

    Picture Day

  • 01 Nov

    K-5th No School - Teacher PD

District Calendar

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  • 01 Oct

    Grades K-5: No School

  • 07 Oct

    Grades Early Release

  • 08 Oct

    Grades 8-12 and Community Transition Program: No School