Cascade School District is a public school district located in Turner, OR. It has 2,287 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 39% of students are at least proficient in math and 55% in reading.
10226 Marion Rd SE
Turner, OR 97392
Cascade School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Cascade School District
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- C79 Students
- A-74 Students
- A-58 Students
- B-50 Students
- B28 Students
- B+26 Students
- B25 Students
- B+23 Students
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- C+17 Students
Cascade School District Reviews
I have been in the Cascade School District ever since I was in first grade and there is no other school I would rather attend. All of the teachers have been nothing short of fantastic! They care about each individual with the greatest care, and worry about their well being. In high school they offer many classes around wood working, Welding, AG classes, Art Classes, cooking classes, and so much more! The only thing I would change is our language classes. The only second language they offer is Spanish, if a student wanted to learn another language they could take a class through Chemeketa which would cost them additional money. Even though the language classes are limited The school remarkable and I am so happy I am going to be graduating from Cascade Senior High School.
My school can go nearly unseen, for it is surrounded by cornfields. Due to this, most students have grown up in surrounding small towns, and the student body knows one another. I have had an amazing experience at my school; nevertheless, everyone knows everyone, and the community surrounding the school is very supportive of sports, clubs, and other school activities. This also brings a sense of security. Since nearly everyone in the school knows one another, it makes the students feel more secure, heard, and seen. Overall, Cascade High School has by far one of the most supportive communities and "close knit" student bodies.
I loved the small towns that surrounded the school. I loved the smaller student body oppose to the salem-keizer school district. When going to Cascade School District you get to know your classmates and you get to know the community. It helps you grow as a person and to get involved. We are growing as a school but even with the growth we still have our country roots. When you go to school you see the cowboy boots, romeos and the camouflage that roams the halls. You can see friendliness and kindness among the student body, and pureness that you just don't see anywhere else.