Oroville Union High School District is a public school district located in Oroville, CA. It has 2,133 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 20% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
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Oroville Union High School District Reviews
My younger brother has struggled much of his school life, never having adequate resources for his learning needs. Often, he's been pushed from one special education program to the next, never getting the attention he needs to succeed. When we moved to Oroville, we expected to have this cycle repeated, more lengthy fights for what he should rightly have access to without much success. This was not the case, however. Not only do they have a program that he has thrived in, they really seem to care about his well-being and future. Since enrolling, he has made leaps and bounds academically. He has almost caught up completely, to the grade-level he should be at and actually enjoys doing his school work. The program offers the flexibility his needs require, without comprising quality. They've even helped him find his first job! He's on track to join a special program that will help him succeed with college as well. They've really helped my brother's life for the better.
I love the support that the teachers provide with topics that associate with college and or college readiness. The amount of clubs that Oroville Union High School District offers is amazing with different amounts of varieties from Environmental club to Dance club. Overall, great experience attending Oroville High School. Not too small of a school, but not too large of an overwhelming population.
The first year of my high school career was quite pleasant and I loved it. I was inspired by any great teachers staff and upperclassmen but as the years had gone by things began to change the attitude and structure of my inspirations and it began to fade. I had experienced immense change in my daily life and school had only brought more upon it, leading me to become overwhelmed. Year by year, alterations of new staff and the precedence of graduates moving along in their lives had affected the school tremendously. The new principal, whom I dislike, has began his structure change of the school and it has become like a different school these days. I would like to see change in the teachers and their way of inspiring the students as well as a new principal with a focus on his students and their wants and needs not his.