Top Oregon Public Schools
- Oregon is the #31 largest school system in the United States, serving 571,184 students across the top 1,252 public schools for the 2019-20 school year.
- Oregon public schools have a diversity score of 0.37, which is higher than the national average of 0.32.
- Minority enrollment is 37% (majority Hispanic) and the student:teacher ratio is 20:1.
Student by Ethnicity
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Top Oregon Public Schools by County (2019-20)
- County# Schools# Students% Minority
- 11 Schools3,016 Students17% Minority
- 22 Schools8,713 Students28% Minority
- 107 Schools57,987 Students28% Minority
- 15 Schools5,095 Students25% Minority
- 19 Schools7,109 Students17% Minority
- 23 Schools10,033 Students26% Minority
- 7 Schools2,911 Students25% Minority
- 7 Schools2,312 Students35% Minority
- 47 Schools25,634 Students19% Minority
- 48 Schools13,998 Students19% Minority
- 3 Schools288 Students18% Minority
- 7 Schools891 Students11% Minority
- 14 Schools1,250 Students16% Minority
- 8 Schools4,072 Students49% Minority
- 60 Schools28,318 Students31% Minority
- 14 Schools4,074 Students59% Minority
- 24 Schools10,679 Students20% Minority
- 28 Schools9,042 Students35% Minority
- 8 Schools1,119 Students22% Minority
- 110 Schools44,982 Students28% Minority
- 15 Schools4,943 Students34% Minority
- 52 Schools22,754 Students23% Minority
- 23 Schools5,242 Students57% Minority
- 106 Schools54,468 Students50% Minority
- 9 Schools2,374 Students57% Minority
- 161 Schools91,405 Students49% Minority
- 22 Schools12,420 Students36% Minority
- 1 Schools252 Students17% Minority
- 12 Schools3,384 Students30% Minority
- 34 Schools13,789 Students49% Minority
- 14 Schools3,847 Students15% Minority
- 7 Schools865 Students11% Minority
- 10 Schools3,611 Students41% Minority
- 132 Schools86,499 Students48% Minority
- 4 Schools866 Students20% Minority
- 35 Schools16,807 Students32% Minority
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