Corvallis School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Corvallis, OR. It has 6,876 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 52% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
Corvallis School District Rankings
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Corvallis School District Reviews
It’s whatever. There are definitely the resources to succeed here if you need them, but if you weren’t on track already it’s not like the schools are going to make you a different person. Crescent Valley and Corvallis are okay schools, the middle schools are terrible. The administration are super easy to fool and everyone gets away with everything. You can BS your way through every disciplinary situation. Also they teach about obesity every year in health while they Also feed the kids very unhealthy food. One last thing is that the sports facilities in the school district are terrible. Okay schools overall but they have many issues that imo could all be solved by more funding towards schools. They’re trying their best with what they’ve got.
As I look back on my experience over the past 13 years, it was satisfactory. Overall, the teachers are nice and are willing to accommodate students' needs. Since Corvallis School District is within a college town, the schools are geared more to make students think that college is the only option to pursue a career. As a senior, the pressure is high about what to decide to do when you're released into the outside world. In my opinion, college isn't always the answer. All in all, the schools I went to (Adams Elementary, Linus Pauling Middle School, Corvallis High School), teach you good skills to implement in your day to day life of interactions with others.
Corvallis School District is an accepting place where they will do anything in their power to help students. Corvallis prides itself on being progressive and the attitude within the school district reflects this. Most teachers are extremely understanding and will give you any assistance you require. There are classes that help you with college preparedness, and the Beyond CHS office will give you any information on colleges, scholarships, and jobs. As a senior, Beyond CHS is my lifeblood, and they are willing to give free advice to any students who need it. There is very little bullying, and when there is, our awesome behavioral specialists will help in any way that they can. Corvallis School District is an amazing district that will accept you, advocate for you, and prepare you for whatever path you choose.