Oregon Public Schools

Oregon is the #30 largest school system in the United States, serving 419 students across 1,262 public schools.
Minority enrollment is 35% (majority Hispanic), which is less than the national average of 43%.
The student:teacher ratio of 20:1 is more than the 14:1 national average.

Student by Ethnicity

(OR) School Average
American Indian
2%
Asian
4%
Hispanic
21%
Black
3%
White
65%
Unknown
5%
  • County
    # Schools
    # Students
    % Minority
  • 1212 Schools |
    2,3402,340 Students |
    15% 15% Minority
  • 2323 Schools |
    8,6088,608 Students |
    24% 24% Minority
  • 116116 Schools |
    56,87056,870 Students |
    25% 25% Minority
  • 1515 Schools |
    4,8824,882 Students |
    20% 20% Minority
  • -- Schools |
    -- Students |
    - - Minority
  • 2626 Schools |
    9,1839,183 Students |
    27% 27% Minority
  • 88 Schools |
    2,8362,836 Students |
    25% 25% Minority
  • 77 Schools |
    2,3762,376 Students |
    31% 31% Minority
  • 4141 Schools |
    23,64123,641 Students |
    16% 16% Minority
  • 4848 Schools |
    14,27014,270 Students |
    21% 21% Minority
  • 33 Schools |
    267267 Students |
    15% 15% Minority
  • 88 Schools |
    911911 Students |
    9% 9% Minority
  • 1515 Schools |
    1,1261,126 Students |
    15% 15% Minority
  • 88 Schools |
    4,0424,042 Students |
    50% 50% Minority
  • 6161 Schools |
    27,66327,663 Students |
    26% 26% Minority
  • 1313 Schools |
    3,8353,835 Students |
    59% 59% Minority
  • 2424 Schools |
    10,60610,606 Students |
    18% 18% Minority
  • 3131 Schools |
    9,3629,362 Students |
    31% 31% Minority
  • 99 Schools |
    1,0951,095 Students |
    22% 22% Minority
  • 114114 Schools |
    44,60344,603 Students |
    28% 28% Minority
  • 1616 Schools |
    5,0425,042 Students |
    32% 32% Minority
  • 5050 Schools |
    21,36821,368 Students |
    20% 20% Minority
  • 2525 Schools |
    5,1355,135 Students |
    55% 55% Minority
  • 115115 Schools |
    53,99853,998 Students |
    49% 49% Minority
  • 99 Schools |
    2,3122,312 Students |
    52% 52% Minority
  • 168168 Schools |
    90,15190,151 Students |
    46% 46% Minority
  • 2323 Schools |
    11,72511,725 Students |
    33% 33% Minority
  • 22 Schools |
    231231 Students |
    13% 13% Minority
  • 1212 Schools |
    3,2713,271 Students |
    30% 30% Minority
  • 3838 Schools |
    13,62813,628 Students |
    45% 45% Minority
  • 1414 Schools |
    3,7583,758 Students |
    13% 13% Minority
  • 77 Schools |
    871871 Students |
    9% 9% Minority
  • 1010 Schools |
    3,5163,516 Students |
    35% 35% Minority
  • 131131 Schools |
    84,67884,678 Students |
    44% 44% Minority
  • 33 Schools |
    272272 Students |
    13% 13% Minority
  • 3737 Schools |
    16,76216,762 Students |
    30% 30% Minority
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