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Lebanon Community School District is a public school district located in Lebanon, OR. It has 4,338 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 39% of students are at least proficient in math and 50% in reading.
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Lebanon Community School District Reviews
Being a Junior here in the district, I have had very little problems with an staff or teachers. Most of the students here are friendly and sociable, as well as easy to talk to. Nearly all of the staff are willing to help, that is if you ask them. I personally have had no issues where the staff have reached out to me to help, but I do not see the staff reaching out to other students very often. There are pretty limited ways you can take academically, as I have not been blown out of the water by any classes, but none of the classes I have had, have been bad. However the AP classes that are available to challenge me in a positive way, allowing me to learn and increase my skills and abilities. Lastly, the athletics department is clearly lacking in much communication with the parents, students, as well as coaches. Over not a bad school, but not a excellent school for that matter.
The Lebanon School District is an okay community. When you attend one of these schools, you can tell there is favoritism with some of the teachers and students more so in the middle and high school levels than the elementary. Besides that my experience there was average and pretty uneventful. But I do wish they discussed college options more frequently as it got closer to graduation.
Lebanon Community School District is not without it's faults, I'll start there. There are some teachers that almost definitely think that the students are there for them, and not the other way around. There are some less than ideal policies, and disciplinary actions have been lacking in my opinion. However, there are consistent opportunities for students to advance and excel, and there are many absolutely incredible teachers in the district that care very deeply about their students and their students education. Our high school offers many extracurricular activities, and provides students with the opportunity to begin and organize their own clubs. I cannot speak very highly or extensively on our administration or their policies, but for the most part, I believe students have a very well-structured environment and are presented with many opportunities and people that care for them and wish to see them thrive.