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North Clackamas School District is an above average, public school district located in Milwaukie, OR. It has 17,262 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 44% of students are at least proficient in math and 59% in reading.
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North Clackamas School District Reviews
I think this school district has so many opportunities for their students. I am going to be a senior at Clackamas High School and I love this school specifically. The teachers seem to genuinely care about their students personal and school life. The extra curricular are fantastic and really help students feel well rounded. They make the students feel fulfilled in life with other activities besides the constant school work. The district I think strives for an accepting and loving continuity among students. Overall I have felt safe and respected. If there were to be a mishap with a student they took it very seriously. So bullying wasn’t tolerated which is great. I think they really do try and help with getting kids ready for college life. It can feel stressful but it’s always nice to know I have so many teachers that are willing to help me on my journey. They give you a calendar with everything you should complete. It is helpful. I love this school district and I feel very thankful!
The district is pretty hospitable. The schools are pretty safe, and harassment appears to be attended to. The resources, courses available, overall social construct, are pretty diverse. What would be nice to see changed is discipline; many students love the vivacious prospects of clout, status, and popularity, while forgetting the basic fundamentals of serenity and peace in life, such as enjoying simple things like nature. There are many kinds of students but also many closed minded students.
As I’m in my first year of college, I notice many of my classes at Clackamas High prepared me very well for a four-year university. I often find my peers have a difficult time studying because they didn’t develop study habits in high school, but since I took several AP classes and several classes for college credit in high school (where the material was thought at a bit of a slower pace) I have no issues using go to study habits that I know will work for me.