A
Overall Niche Grade
How are grades calculated?
  1. Academics
    A
  2. Diversity
    C+
  3. Teachers
    A+
  4. College Prep
    A+
  5. Clubs & Activities
    B+
  6. Health & Safety
    C+
  7. Administration
    A
  8. Sports
    A
  9. Food
    B+
  10. Resources & Facilities
    B
Address
2455 Sw Country Club Rd
Lake Oswego, OR 97034
Telephone
(503) 534-2000

Lake Oswego School District Rankings

Niche ranks nearly 100,000 schools and districts based on statistics and millions of opinions from students and parents.

Academics

Percent Proficient - Reading
84%
Percent Proficient - Math
72%
Average Graduation Rate
91%
Average SAT
1280
280 responses
Average ACT
30
158 responses

Students

Diversity
C+
Based on racial and economic diversity and survey responses on school culture and diversity from students and parents.
Students
6,926
Free or Reduced Lunch
10.7%

Teachers

Student-Teacher Ratio
25:1
National
16:1
Average Teacher Salary
$70,849
Teachers in First/Second Year

Finances

Total Expenses
$73,479,000
Expenses Per Student
$10,620/ student
National
$12,239
Education Expenses
  • Instruction
    63%
  • Support Services
    32%
  • Other
    5%

Lake Oswego School District Reviews

16 reviews
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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.
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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.
When I was in that district, I had almost no support. They thought I had a learning disability. They were wrong. So I had to spend a lot of time in the learning disability classroom. The teachers in there talked down to my the students. Because they thought I had a learning disability I was limited, I felt my curiosity dying a little. So I missed lots of opportunities. My only solace was theater class, the teacher was great. Two months into Lake Oswego High School, they sent me to Lakeridge High School. A school with a stricter learning disability class, it was awful. We were taught almost exclusively with outdated computer lessons, with almost no student, to student interaction. Just facts and lessons on a computer. In my opinion a disgrace to public education. About two weeks in Lakeridge High School, the teacher in a creepy move told me I needed to trust him. I could tell something was really wrong, so I told my family. They decided to pull me from school.