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B+
Overall Niche Grade
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  1. Academics
    B+
  2. Diversity
    B+
  3. Teachers
    A-
Inza R. Wood Middle School is an above average, public school located in Wilsonville, OR. It has 810 students in grades 6-8 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 45% of students are at least proficient in math and 53% in reading.
Address
11055 SW Wilsonville Rd
Wilsonville, OR 97070
Telephone
(503) 673-7500

Inza R. Wood Middle School Rankings

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Academics

Percent Proficient - Reading
53%
Percent Proficient - Math
45%
Living in the Area
A-
Overall Niche Grade
How are grades calculated?
  1. Cost of Living
    C-
  2. Good for Families
    A
  3. Housing
    C+
Median Household Income
$67,694
National
$55,322
Median Rent
$1,209
National
$949
Median Home Value
$374,800
National
$184,700

Students

Diversity
B+
Based on racial and economic diversity and survey responses on school culture and diversity from students and parents.
Students
810
Free or Reduced Lunch
37%
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Teachers

Student-Teacher Ratio
19:1
National
17:1
Average Teacher Salary
$59,611
Teachers in First/Second Year
7.1%
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I went to Wood for the full 3 years, and they've come very far. When I first came in as a 6th grader, it wasn't bad but I definitely had no plans of relying on the staff, my fellow students, or the administration for anything. Now I'm graduating with pride. I'm proud of how hard our administration is trying, I'm proud of how understanding my peers can be, and I'm proud of the amazing teachers I got the privalage of having. They still have a ways to go on inclusivity but they're trying, and when I asked next year's 6th graders what they were thinking during their tour there was one trend: they all felt welcomed and like they would be supported. Wood has come very far, and I see no reason for them to not keep going further.
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Good overall - average education with some selective opportunities for students who are willing to try, although most require students to submit a statement and admit only so many; the teachers are, for the most part, friendly and some actively promote acceptance with clubs such as the Student Equity Team; and the people in the office are helpful and work efficiently, often taking time out of their own schedule to help a student. Lacking areas include: diversity - out of about seven hundred students, I know of only eight black students and ten or so Asian students; the food can be nearly inedible or revolting at times (anything with cheese - grilled cheese, quesadillas), with limited vegetarian options, although everything else is fine; and the sports opportunities are pretty limited - only a track team and soccer club are actually established for the school itself, and students must rely on other programs to be able to play sports such as basketball, lacrosse, or others.
There were both good and bad things about Wood. On the positive side, there were many teachers there that seem to really care about the students and helped to enhance the learning environment with their unique styles. Wood also provided some opportunities that aren't available at other schools, such as a reward field trip to Powell's bookstore if you read a certain list of books or the chance to compete in Washington DC for mock congressional hearings. One thing that wasn't as great about Wood was that the class sizes were way too big. A choir class of 50 kids, especially middle school students who don't want to be in choir, is far to large to get anything done. Some of the teachers also just don't have control over their classes, and much of my time at Wood was wasted sitting in class doing nothing while teachers struggled to gain control. Overall, Wood was a decent school but not the best.