Lake Oswego School District is a top rated, public school district located in Lake Oswego, OR. It has 7,096 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 75% of students are at least proficient in math and 84% in reading.
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Lake Oswego School District Reviews
The Lake Oswego School District does a good job preparing students for continuing education. They need to work on their diversity of education. I would like to see more programs geared towards the trades. In addition, they are working on staff and student diversity, but there is still a lot of room to grow.
You will definately be ready for college at Lake Oswego. The teachers are great, and it's typical to be on the honor roll. As it's in a wealthier district, the facilities are excellent (and I believe we are about to get a new weight room). The problem with that is both the parents and the students are incredibly entitled. The student population is also about 80% white. The administration likes to try and involve itself in areas students can take care of themselves, such as Homecoming Court. Overall, it's an academically excellent school with some issues pertaining to student body and administration.
The academics of Lakeridge High School, where I attend, are one of the best in the state. There is a wide variety of courses, allowing you to challenge yourself, relax, or just have fun. Challenging courses are very good at preparing students for college. Most of the teachers are good at their job and legitimately care about the students. As for extracurriculars, there's something here for everybody, no matter your interests. There's also a social group for everyone-- people rarely feel excluded or left out, and many students care about others even if they aren't in the same social group. While some things could improve, such as diversity and sports-- there are a lot of them, but none of our teams are particularly outstanding-- the Lake Oswego School District is largely a great one.