Osage Community School District is an above average, public school district located in Osage, IA. It has 980 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 83% of students are at least proficient in math and 76% in reading.
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Osage Community School District Reviews
Osage Community school district is a very cliquey place. The teachers put out a very fake front and often blatantly show their favorites. There are many sports and families that are put above others. The arts programs receive little to no recognition, and the students in those programs are mostly ignored. There are not a ton of special ed friendly places or activities. There are many opportunities for students academically. Osage is close enough to a nearby community college that we are able to take many of the same classes. There are a few challenging high school courses that are much appreciated.
Osage Community Schools has a great learning enviorment for students of all ages. The teachers go the extra mile to encourage students to succeed not only in class but in life. Osage is a small town, therefore the community support is amazing. A small town community is my favorite part about Osage, because the community cares for one another as their own. The spirit this town musters together during a football game or a musical is outstanding, and extremely satisfying for the students involved. Osage Schools has offered me a valueable education and an unbelieveable experience that I will cherish. I could not imagine going to school anywhere else.
School administrators poorly managed funds. Their priorities weren’t in the education of student, but were focused on trying to attract new students to the school. A school isn’t a business. It’s focus should be on education.