Mission Statement

The mission of the Oregon City School Board of Education is to maintain a safe and secure learning environment that provides all students with the opportunity to obtain the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to be successful in the 21st century.


Road to Rio Tour coming to Clay - Public Invited!

Please come to Clay on September 11 and visit the Road to Rio Tour presented by Liberty Mutual Insurance promoting the upcoming Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games. More detailed information: Road to Rio Road to Rio We are proud to announce that on September 11, 2015, BP will be hosting Road To Rio Tour presented by Liberty Mutual Insurance here at Clay High School. The event will be going on from 2pm-7pm. This is a free family-friendly event designed to engage, educate and energize fans of… Read More
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Eisenhower "We Do It Right" Awards 2014--2015

As part of our traditions each year, Eisenhower Intermediate School honors two former students who passed away while students at Eisenhower. We call these awards the, “We Do It Right” Awards. The Roy Minor Award goes to a student who has demonstrated excellent character through perseverance, compassion, and respectful behavior. On the last day of the 2014—2015 school year we were proud to award Carlee Deal this excellent honor! Carlee follows Calli Jo Quigg, who won the award in 2013—2014, as… Read More
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Goodwill Challenge

Clay High School will once again be participating in the Goodwill - 13abc “Pass It On Challenge.” Clay will be challenging Northview for the school that can bring in the most goods to be donated to Goodwill. There will be a Goodwill trailer parked in the west parking lot (Lot A) at Clay High School from Monday, August 31, until Thursday, September 3, from 7:00 am until 5:30 pm on those four days. Items donated can be: clothing, household items, books, computers, or cars, but please, no TV’s or… Read More
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Gifted & Talented

ATTENTION PARENTS State law requires schools to identify gifted students according to standards set by the Ohio Department of Education. The State of Ohio recognizes four areas of Giftedness. These areas are superior cognitive ability, specific academic ability, creative thinking ability, and visual and/or performing arts ability. Each of these abilities has different test requirements and different score requirements. The entire process is very lengthy and complicated. In the fall of 2014: all… Read More
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Buckeye Boys and Girls State

This summer four seniors from Clay High School completed the American Legion’s Buckeye Boys and Girls State programs. The one-week camp is a hands-on, simulated local and state government camp. Girls from across Ohio gathered at Ashland College while boys attended Bowling Green State University. A social time and reports ceremony was held for these students at the Christ Dunberger American Legion Post on August 21, 2015. Pictured in the front row are: Debbie Eversman, American Legion Buckeye… Read More

Re-registration reminder for Parents/Guardians

8/6/15 Dear parents/guardians of OCS students, On behalf of Oregon City Schools and all of our teachers and support staff, I would like to welcome you back to OCS for the upcoming school year. I am very excited and honored to be your new Superintendent and plan to do everything in my power to make your children’s school experiences positive and safe. Each year we ask parents of returning students to re-register each child who attends our school system through the parent portal. This year is no… Read More

Back to School Information 2015-16

Welcome back to Oregon City Schools for the 2015-2016 school year! Welcome letter from Superintendent Back to School Information Read More

2015-2016 OCS School Student Hours

Student School Hours Clay High School: 7:50am to 2:35pm Fassett Junior High: 7:50am to 2:35pm Eisenhower Intermediate School: 7:50am to 2:35pm Coy Elementary School: 9:05am to 3:35pm Jerusalem Elementary School: 9:05am to 3:35pm Starr Elementary Schools: 9:05am to 3:35pm Read More
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Coy Receives "Hall of Fame Award"

Coy Elementary School has been named one of only ten schools in the state of Ohio as a “Hall of Fame” school. The Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators (OAESA) organization selected Coy Elementary School of Oregon City Schools for this prestigious award. Mrs. Amy Molar, Coy Principal, and her staff applied for this award completing a lengthy application and selection process. Members of OAESA visited Coy Elementary interviewing many individuals, reviewing curriculum, and viewing… Read More
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Fassett's Summer Math Program

Reminder!! Fassett’s Summer Math Program began today. If you missed today’s session, feel free to attend one or more of the other “Help” sessions offered in June. If you misplaced or never received a review packet, we have extras in our office. Below are the June dates/times teachers are available to assist your child with Math this month at Fassett. Tuesday, June 9, 9 - 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 10, 8 - 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 16, 9 - 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 17, 8 - 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 23, 9 -… Read More
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Fassett's Honors Breakfast

This year's Honors Breakfast was held on Friday, May 29th. Clay's Valedictorian Matthew Gibbons and Salutatorian Ryan Arnold shared their knowledge, experiences, and advice for success. Thanks to Meijer, Krogers, and Tim Hortons for providing the donuts. Great job Fassett! Read More
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7th Grade Student of the Month Cookout

On Friday, May 22nd, the 7th Grade Teachers had a cookout for this year's Students of the Month. Over 90 students attended. They enjoyed hot dogs, soda, and a variety of games created by Mrs. Schak's father. Thanks to everyone for making this a success! Way to go 7th graders!! Read More
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7th Grade Field Trip

On Tuesday, May 19th, the 7th grade class enjoyed themselves at a Mud Hens game. It was a beautiful day to be at a baseball game! Read More

Ike's First Muddy Eagle a Success!

On May 21st, Eisenhower hosted its first Muddy Eagle mud run. The Muddy Eagle, sponsored by the Eisenhower Parents and Staff for Students Organization (EPSSO), was born to raise awareness among the Eisenhower student body of the need for a healthy lifestyle and to reinforce the idea of helping others. Students raised pledge money for the event and the profits will be used to fund a reading area in an Eisenhower courtyard and a portion will be donated to Wounded Warriors. Students ran a 1.5 mile… Read More
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Fassett's Band and Choir take GOLD!

On Saturday May 16th, The Fassett Junior High 7th grade band, 8th grade band, and combined 7th/8th grade choir went to Cedar Point to perform in a music festival. All groups received a top gold rating for their excellent performance. Read More