School of the Osage School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Lake Ozark, MO. It has 2,014 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 50% of students are at least proficient in math and 64% in reading.
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School of the Osage School District Reviews
School of the Osage is an excellent school district, in many ways. I think one of the most important aspects that makes it so enjoyable to students, is the staff. The adults (teachers, principles, counselors, custodians, etc.) are such genuine caring people, and the students are able to make connections and feel comfortable asking for help with anything from home struggles, to college, to homework. Many positive relationships are formed here. This school is really good at keeping students involved in activities, as well. Spirit weeks, clubs, assemblies, sports, etc., are ways that students make friends and stayed involved.
Unlike some schools Osage has a way of making some sort of connection with nearly every student. It has a different range of classes, from the normal run of the mill classes to Advsnced Placement or Dual credited classes. There are not that many problems with it. But the problems that are there are also the same problems that nearly every other country wide school also faces in some way.
Throughout the years, I have had a multitude of teachers that have been gracious and willing to honor me with all of the knowledge that they can. I have had the opportunity to be extremely close to completing my freshman year of college. I am blessed with numerous groups, clubs and extracurricular activities that have shaped me into the person that I am today.There are minimal changes that I would make, if I had the chance. One being the band and choir room; this room can no longer accommodate the students and the storage that they require. It would be beneficial to around half of the students to have this room expanded or renovated. Another change would be the diversity of classes available to students. There are a limited number of classes that students are able to take to prepare them for their future careers. I understand that a school cannot offer a class for every career in the world but it would be nice if we were given a wider range in classes. I am gracious for my school.