OCS Celebrates 2023 Report Card

Oregon City Schools (OCS) is celebrating the student growth documented by the latest 2023 state report card. This report card uses a FIVE star rating system to document performance of the overall district and each individual school. The OCS Board of Education, teachers and administrators have been working very hard for years adapting to the changing educational environment, adjusting curriculum, cultivating internal culture and assisting individual students to achieve success. OCS continues to improve and provide excellence in Academics, Athletics and the Arts.

We are excited about the academic progress we are making and want our community to celebrate with us. OCS maintained or increased our Star ratings in all 27 categories measured. Here is a summary of the overall ratings:

  • OCS Overall District Rating: **** 4 Stars

  • OCS Career Technical Rating: ***** 5 Stars

  • Clay High School Overall District Rating: **** 4 Stars

  • Fassett Junior High Overall District Rating: ***/* 3.5 Stars

  • Eisenhower Int. Overall District Rating: ****/* 4.5 Stars

  • Coy Elementary Overall District Rating: ***** 5 Stars

  • Jerusalem Elementary Overall District Rating: ****/* 4.5 Stars

  • Starr Elementary Overall District Rating: ****/* 4.5 Stars

Oregon City Schools offers a wide variety of programs and courses throughout the district. We are very proud of the extra-curricular and co-curricular activities available in our schools as well as the many career technical programs offered at Clay High School. OCS has something for everyone, no matter what pathway a student wants to pursue. We educate a variety of students with disabilities along with programs for gifted and talented. We value the education of every student!

OCS teachers, support staff and leaders are dedicated to implementing educational programs and services which make a difference in a young person’s life while providing a safe and secure environment. The state report card is just one measure of our total educational system, but an important one.

Thank you to our families and community for the ongoing commitment to Oregon City Schools!

Report Card Information can be found here: https://reportcard.education.ohio.gov/

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    Student Centered -- Kid Friendly
    • District of Choice for over 3500 students
    • 95.1% Graduating Rate
    • Over 400 Gifted and Talented Students Uniquely Served in the State of Ohio
    • Exceptional Education Programs for Our Most At-Risk Students
    • Strong Student Volunteer Programs
    • Preparing Our Students for Their Future with a K-12 Technology Course of Study
    • One-to-One Student Chromebook Program for all students K-12
    • 6,820 technology devices managed and supported by OCS
    What Makes OCS Uniquely Different?
    • Positive Culture and Learning Environment for all students & staff
    • Pathways for all students, we support all types of learners in OCS
    • OCS supports all student journeys and expands minds.
    • Fully Integrated, On-Campus Career Technical Center Located in Clay High School
    • STEM programing in all grades K-12
    • One of the Largest High School Alumni Bands in the State
    • K-12 Community/School Performing Arts Program
    • Fully Operational Doctor's Office/Clinic Located in Clay High School (first in the area)
    • Student Run Credit Union and ATM Located in Clay High School (first in the area)
    OCS Schools are Safe, Green, and Comfortable
    • Six Full-Time Oregon Police School Resource Officers
    • All Staff A.L.I.C.E. Protocol Trained (Alert
    • Lockdown Inform Counter Evacuate)
    • Full-Time Nurses in Each Building
    • District Wide Camera System
    • Cameras in All Busses
    • Wind Turbines at Clay High School and Eisenhower Intermediate
    • Solar Panels at Starr and Jerusalem Elementary Schools
    • Efficient LED Lighting Throughout Buildings
    • Fully Air Conditioned Classrooms Throughout the District
    • Air Conditioning in Clay Gym and Fassett Auditorium
    OCS is a Good Deal for our Taxpayers