Oakesdale School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Oakesdale, WA. It has 105 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 10 to 1. According to state test scores, 65% of students are at least proficient in math and 75% in reading.
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Oakesdale School District Reviews
I have been a student at Oakesdale High School since preschool, and it has overall been an amazing experience for me. Being a part of such a small school means that you have the opportunity to be actively involved in a large array of activities, and be successful. I have personally participated in three sports, as well as drama, band, knowledge bowl, NHS, ASB, and many FFA activities. Our teachers are all very encouraging of our involvement, and are flexible with lessons in order to help us make everything work. This is not the case at a lot of other schools. I will say that it is very hard at times to only have approximately ten people in each class, because your options of friends are very limited. However, in the end, Oakesdale becomes a second family for each of us, and provides opportunities for everyone, no matter their athletic ability, interests, or background.
The environment is safe and friendly, and the teachers are always very helpful and ready to assist you with whatever you need. The sports teams here are hard working, and prepare you for not only the real world but the sport itself as well.
My experience at this school started out great, but throughout the years, I began to get bullied. The school is all about how we are a "family" but I was afraid to go to any of the teachers about it because they just want to be all of the students friends and they didn't want to do anything to ruin that. I don't feel the elementary teachers treat the students how they should and at times are a little rough. I have also seen sports become more important than the academics.