Oakridge High School is a public school located in Oakridge, OR. It has 146 students in grades 9-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 65% of students are at least proficient in math and 75% in reading.
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Culture & Safety
Health & Safety
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Oakridge High School Reviews
I believe you can go very far in the small community of Oakridge. The problem is that at school connections are huge. Athletes and students who are involved in many activities are favored, as in every other high school. The community supports not only the school, but the students. They support the sports, the classes, and the envolvemt in the school. The community will support the students both emotionally and financially to any extent that is needed. The school is filled with tearchers who care about each and every individual, but as a student you need to want their help and motivation.
Oakridge High is alright. I have some good experiences with the school, but also I have some bad ones. Oakridge, Like any other school, is filled with a lot of drama. Oakridge high though is the queen of all drama. Drama every day even on the weekends that they bring back to school. The people that even live in Oakridge sometimes leave or remove their kids from school because it is not a really good place. All people really do is complain about the school, but we don't leave because Oakridge is our home. How can you leave the place you call home? We may hate most of the people, but there are a few we call family and friends. We stay because of them. Because we want to graduate together. We want to go old together(which is what most our population did).
While my Oakridge High School experience has not been terrible, I would not want to attend this school again. The majority of teachers and other staff members here are very supportive and involved with the students, but many conflicts have arisen with administration. For example, the administration has recently implemented a proficiency based grading system. Students, staff members, and parents have all had conflicts with this new grading system, which has altogether negatively impacted the school district. As this is a small school, funding is often scarce to support extra-curricular activities for students, making for a dull "day-to-day" school environment. Overall, I would not choose to attend Oakridge High School again. While I have enjoyed the time I have spent with fellow students, staff members, and other community members involved in the school district, I have not been supportive of many administrative decisions in recent years.