Oak Harbor School District is an above average, public school district located in Oak Harbor, WA. It has 5,936 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 50% of students are at least proficient in math and 58% in reading.
Oak Harbor School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Oak Harbor School District
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- B+167 Students
- A+163 Students
- A143 Students
- C-98 Students
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Oak Harbor School District Reviews
The school district has had it's ups and downs however we are in a great place. Interactions with administrative staff is always good. Nursing staff have remembered my children through multiple schools and use their names when they see them, they don't have to look at a chart. All of my children have been happy with their education. My oldest is a senior and enjoying the culinary arts program that is offered within the distict. My two middle school children are enjoying the sports that they are able to participate in. I have had two children utilize the speech therapists when they began and were graduated from the programs with excellent reports. There are many amazing members of the school district from janitorial personell to para-professionals to administrative personell. There is always one person in each school that families can reach out to and it's not always the same person for each family which makes it even more phenomenal.
Oak harbor school district is very involved and supportive of students future plans shearer it involves college or not. They want what’s best for the students not themselves, they focus on the students and what they can continue to do to better us!
As a student at OHHS it has been a roller coaster! My freshmen year was the best by far and I met some amazing teachers and staff. I love that there are so many clubs and most of them are created by the students themselves. I have a variety of electives and AP classes to choose from, even though I might not be the brightest my peers and some teachers give up their time to help me out. If I could see one thing change it would be the size of our school. We live near a navy base, so each year more and more students arrive. Our classrooms can be a bit snug with that many students. I hope that we can one day expand our school even more to give more teens the opportunity to learn.