Oregon City School District is an above average, public school district located in Oregon, OH. It has 3,543 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 70% of students are at least proficient in math and 64% in reading.
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Oregon City School District Reviews
Oregon City Schools. I have been in this school district before I started Kindergarten. I have loved being in this school district. I am currently a senior at Clay High School and I have loved every year of being at this high school. The only thing that I would change about Clay is the students attitudes that go there. There is not a lot of groups coming together, they tend to stay with the people that are their friends and judge others that are not. Clay has been a great experience throughout my entire high school career and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a new high school to go to.
I believe Oregon city schools have the best interest as a whole in the kids. Most teachers go over and above for the students. If they know a student is struggling they let the kids know they are willing to come in early or stay after school to help them. As for other staff members the distract had a gun scare at a high school football game and they handle it very well. The kids were trained very well in what to do and where to go till things were safe again. Something that I would like to see changed is the good old boy network when it comes to sports. If you don't have the right last name or money your not making the team or if you do your not playing.
What I enjoyed most being in Oregon City Schools was being involved in many sports, clubs and activities. The academics were somewhat similar to being prepared for college, although they do offer a wide selection of classes for certain majors they did not offer any for my intended major cinematography. Their safety was somewhat good but never assisted with the bullying situation but the administration, facilities and resources were all excellent. They pushed parent involvement within the community but very few stepped up.