West Linn-Wilsonville School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Tualatin, OR. It has 9,772 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 61% of students are at least proficient in math and 71% in reading.
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West Linn-Wilsonville School District Reviews
My experience in the West Linn-Wilsonville School District has been very positive overall! All the teachers are very helpful and encouraging. I feel welcomed by the environment and find it very empowering how students feel safe to protest outside the school. Not only are academic classes great, the arts programs are incredible as well. I have taken band for three years and our band programs are exceptional! We may not win state every year but we are very supportive of one another and we love to make music. One flaw is that there are very few students of color and almost no teachers of color. By hiring a more diverse group of teachers students of color would feel more comfortable at school. I also have noticed that some clubs and activities are prioritized over others. As a dancer at West Linn High School, I would appreciate if we were allowed more time in the main gym. I find that we often get second choice when it comes to who gets the main gym.
Great education! Math department is a year ahead of all others in the area. Teachers care about their students. Wilsonville athletics aren’t great, but West Linn’s are. The softball program isn’t very good for either school.
In terms of academics, the school does well and I feel like I am learning a great deal. My problem with the school is the inherent discrimination minority groups are faced with on a daily basis with seemingly no action from admin. People of color, women, and those of the LGBTQ community have felt continuously oppressed by certain students in the school. As someone who isn't expressively religious or a "born Christian", the students of this school have treated me and others as less of a person. It all goes to show the lack of response from the admin and the intolerance the students of the school has for people who are not white Christians. This behavior is unacceptable and I am frankly appalled that this oppression is still going on after years of mistreatment. Had to be said.