Ogden City School District is a public school district located in Ogden, UT. It has 12,376 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 22 to 1. According to state test scores, 32% of students are at least proficient in math and 36% in reading.
Ogden City School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Ogden City School District
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- C+679 Students
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Ogden City School District Reviews
I still am finishing my last year at Ogden High, however after graduation I know I will be able to look back on my involvement with Ogden High contently and miss every second. The people are great and provide excellent resources while inspiring students to achieve more. The best thing about Ogden High is the school spirit and the unity between peers. If I had to change anything about my school I would have to choose better faculty administration and better school lunches (like most students).
The overall experience in this high school is wonderful . All of the teachers I’ve had genuinely cared about their students education and tried everything in their power to help as much as they could . All of the sports that I’ve been involved in are great even if we don’t win as much as everyone would like, the girls on the team make everything worth it . Also, the clubs and clans I’m involved in are all so welcoming and very great energy to be around . Ben Lomond is an overall great school to be a part of.
It was the kids and teachers in the district that really made my experience fantastic. To the outside world we seem like a struggling district full of failing schools and in some ways we are. However, you'll never find a more accepting, loving family of high school students and teachers than I did at Ben Lomond. The kids love each other, we really didn't have cliques. Even though many struggled in classes the teachers never gave up on us, they loved us and it showed.