Live Oak Unified School District is an above average, public school district located in Live Oak, CA. It has 1,866 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 35% of students are at least proficient in math and 45% in reading.
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Live Oak Unified School District Reviews
I really enjoyed i felt like the teachers actually cared about us and were involved in our life. They particularly for my senior year they were very much concerned with our college applications along with our senior project. They always made sure we were on top of our assignments and truly cared for the students here. I also liked that I pretty much knew everyone here due t the school being that school was so small I was able to have a connection with most students. Moreover, even though the school was small it provided multiple opportunities to succeed like the clubs, honor societies, and AP classes. Overall, i really enjoyed going to school at e Live Oak I cold have not going anywhere else.
Live Oak High school is extremely diverse and all inclusive. Our teachers care about our well-being and the education quality is outstanding. However, because of our socioeconomically disadvantaged area we live in, I would love to see more grants being given for better extra curriculars and sports options.
I personally love this district because they have provided me with whatever i had needed in order to complete high school and prepare my self for college. They have provided classes like AVID, Upward Bound and ETS (Educational Talent Search). All of these programs are given to us so that we can have the resources we need for college before we get out of high school.