Corvallis School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Corvallis, OR. It has 6,716 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 58% of students are at least proficient in math and 68% in reading.
1555 SW 35th St
Corvallis, OR 97333
Corvallis School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Corvallis School District
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- A-408 Students
- A-236 Students
- B154 Students
- A+103 Students
- C+101 Students
- B-80 Students
- A68 Students
- A+62 Students
- A+57 Students
- B+57 Students
Corvallis School District Reviews
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.
My experience in the corvallis school district has been near perfect. I have had great relationships with almost all of my teachers. My district is extremely open and accepting of everyone but with that we also lack a diverse community when it comes to race and ethnicity. In my district the majority of our students are white. In my high school, which has almost 2,000 students, there are only 20 registered black students. While this is not the fault of our district, the students who are in this district lack a learning aspect in social behaviors. I wouldn't call anyone I know racist but do think that many of our students do not know what can be hurtful or offensive to others who are not white. In my opinion it is a good thing to see colors on skin, not to judge or treat people differently, but to realize differences while also treating everyone the same with equal respect.
These schools all have a great atmosphere surrounding them. You can always find a staff member who is willing to help you out. Teacher are usually easily approachable. The food is pretty good. There could be more diversity but doing pretty good there. I've always felt safe, especially with our new door locks. the high schools have a great selection of classes to take. There is something for everyone in the Corvallis school district. over all Corvallis has great school.