Oak Ridge School District is a top rated, public school district located in Oak Ridge, TN. It has 4,258 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 59% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
Oak Ridge School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Oak Ridge School District
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Oak Ridge School District Reviews
Oak Ridge has given me extremely useful academic opportunities. Major Author, a project where students analyze an author and their writing style, has helped me better my writing and critical thinking skills greatly, preparing me for college.
I enjoyed my experience at Oak Ridge High School overall. I was involved in the chorus and cheerleading program all four years. The teachers are very involved with the students and care about student success, however I feel there needs to be more diverse class options. There is a required personal finance class and economics class, however I have noticed that myself and many of my peers still were not prepared for the real world. Most of my peers and myself included do not have a signature because we were not taught to write in cursive. We also did not know how to write letters to colleges or how to address them. These examples and many others such as how to cook basic meals, how to sew on a button, and other life skills that promote independence for students were not taught.
Oak Ridge was overall a privilege to attend. I made many memories that I will never forget. It was also the first school district in the nation to be completely STEM certified. Every student is required to complete a year long project called Major Author to graduate, which is honestly the only thing I could complain about. Even though after finishing, it makes you that much more prepared.