Overall Niche Grade
- College PrepB
- Clubs & ActivitiesC
- Health & SafetyC-
- Resources & FacilitiesC
Newberg School District is a public school district located in Newberg, OR. It has 5,007 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 43% of students are at least proficient in math and 56% in reading.
Newberg School District Rankings
Niche ranks nearly 100,000 schools and districts based on statistics and millions of opinions from students and parents.
Niche users from this school district are most interested in the following colleges.
- A-255 Students
- A-166 Students
- B+136 Students
- B129 Students
- B110 Students
- C+105 Students
- B-105 Students
- A92 Students
- A+54 Students
- NG48 Students
Newberg School District Reviews
I've been in the Newberg School district since my first day of kindergarten. Socially, these schools are comfortable and relaxed. There is always bullying in schools, but when people speak up it was always fixed right away by administration. Personally, they have helped me with this frequently. Academically, I always struggles with the teaching style that the teachers displayed. Once my school got Chromebooks for everyone to use, everything was online, and hard to keep track of. They would have us watch videos and take notes online... And that was it. School became repetitive and dreary. Eventually, our school ran out of funding, so the computers were taken away from personal use. After that, most classes instantly improved in creativity of lesson, interest in learning, and overall communication.
No school district is perfect, however Newberg School District, strives to make sure the needs of their students are met while making all processes smooth and functional.
This isn’t a good High School if you like consistency. Freshman year (‘14-15) was divided into 4 small schools, sophomore year was changed into one large school, junior year we got a new principal and new rules, and this year advisory was taken out and we got a new schedule completely. Not having an advisory made out the checking out process for graduation more difficult than it should have been, and made our questions harder to answer because we didn’t have a set class to discuss questions revolving around careers or college applications. Before we had 4 periods a day with an A, B schedule and it was changed this year to 7 periods. & I could go on and on..