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Oregon Publishes 2016–17 School Report Cards

2016–17 reports now available online 

Each year, the Oregon Department of Education issues a report card for every public school and district in Oregon. The 2016–17 reports are now available online.

The state school report cards provide information on student demographics, performance on state tests, student outcomes, educational programs, and how schools compare to others around the state.

Eugene School District 4J schools perform well overall compared with state averages and with similar schools. 4J students’ assessment results outperformed the Oregon average in every grade and subject in 2017. However, opportunity and achievement gaps persist in Eugene, Oregon and the U.S. 4J schools are committed to helping all students succeed.

ODE is continuing work on a redesign of the school report cards, aiming to share information that is more meaningful and accessible to parents, families and the broader school community.

Statewide Report Card

School & District Report Cards 

Report Cards for Eugene School District 4J:

Eugene School District 4J

Adams Elementary School
Awbrey Park Elementary School
Buena Vista Elementary School
Camas Ridge Elementary School
Charlemagne Elementary School
Chávez Elementary School
Chinese Immersion — new school, no report card
Corridor Elementary School
Edgewood Elementary School
Edison Elementary School
Family Elementary School
Gilham Elementary School
Holt Elementary School
Howard Elementary School
McCornack Elementary School
River Road/El Camino del Río Elementary School
Spring Creek Elementary School
Twin Oaks Elementary School
Willagillespie Elementary School
Yujin Gakuen Elementary School

Arts & Technology Academy
Cal Young Middle School
Kelly Middle School
Kennedy Middle School
Madison Middle School
Monroe Middle School
Roosevelt Middle School
Spencer Butte Middle School

Churchill High School
North Eugene High School
Sheldon High School
South Eugene High School
Eugene Education Options



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