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.


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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
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Fassett's Spring Pep Rally

Fassett celebrated the Spring Athletes at a Pep Rally on Monday. Students and Mr. Creque took part in a whip cream bubble blowing competition as part of the festivities. We are very proud of all of our student athletes! Read More
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6th Graders Visit FJHS

6th Graders from Eisenhower came over to Fassett on Wednesday for a brief visit. Eisenhower students were greeted by the Fassett Eagle Mascot (can you find the Eagle in the picture?) Students were told some of the similarities and differences between the schools, and Fassett's student council members gave a brief tour of the building. We are looking forward to having them as part of the Fassett Family next school year. Read More

Law Day Celebration

CHS junior Alyssa Lambrecht recently won recognition from the Toledo Bar Association at their annual Law Day celebration on May 8th for an outstanding essay she wrote titled, “The Great Charter (Magna Carta): Its Effects on Modern America”. The students were required to write on the Magna Carta and its influence on America. There were over 120 entries and Alyssa finished in 2nd Place in Division II. Alyssa asked Mr. Cooney to attend the awards ceremony with Alyssa and her mother.… Read More
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Final Results

The final placements from the DECA International Competition held April 24 – 29, 2015 in Orlando, Florida were released on Tuesday, May 12. Congratulations to Emily Hook & Mackenzie Wells for placing 6th in the Sports & Entertainment Promotion Plan Event and Rachel Trouten & Nathan Beckman for placing 9th in the Business Law & Ethics Team Event. Over 150 of the world's best teams competed in each event. Great job Eagles! They are pictured with their Marketing Instructorand DECA Advisor Vallie… Read More
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Community Leaders Come Together In Support Of Their Schools

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MAY 12, 2015 Community leaders from within the Oregon City and Jerusalem Township communities are coming together in an effort to show unity and emphasize how critical a strong school system is to a thriving community. Since the inception of Oregon City Schools (OCS), our residents have relied on a school system to provide children an education preparing them to get a job, go to college, enter the military, learn teamwork and mature into young adults who can achieve… Read More

Eisenhower's First Presidential Academic Awards

In 1981, President Reagan began a national program called the Presidential Academic Awards. The award was to recognize academic excellence and had several criteria. Oregon City Schools began participating that year and it was determined that the award would be given during the last year of a building. For 32 years fifth grade students received the award in Oregon. With the creation of the Intermediate School last year, it was determined that the award would be moved to the 6th grade. Since last… Read More
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Fassett's 7th Grade Students of the Month

21 students were nominated as 7th Grade Students of the Month. Here are some of the reasons why these students were selected: *She has excellent work ethic and comes to class with a positive attitude. *He has great computer skills and is always willing to help others. *She never gives up! *She is always there to encourage her classmates. *He looks for additional challenges and connections to life in Social Studies. *She is a great critical thinker who works hard to understand material rather… Read More
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Renaissance Festival at Fassett

Clay High Humanities classes presented at the Annual Renaissance Festival to the students at Fassett Junior High. Students learned about food in the Middle Ages, weaponry, the Black Death, games played during this time period, as well as what daily life was like then. Read More
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CHS Health Class Moving Online in 2015-2016

When high school students signed up for Health class, they were informed the course would be delivered in an online format next year. As we approach the end of the 2014-15 school year, we have received a few questions about how this will work. The following FAQ's were e-mailed to students May 5, 2015: Will there be a cost to take Health?No. There will be NO cost to students to take Health online for their first attempt. When can I begin the course?Students entering 10th – 12th grade can begin… Read More
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Top 10% Banquet

On Monday, May 4, Clay High School proudly welcomed Majida Mourad to the Academic Booster Club Top 10% Banquet. Ms. Mourad is a 1988 Clay graduate and was the keynote speaker at the banquet. Ms. Mourad is the Vice President of Government Relations at Cheniere Energy. Also, Majida served as President of Abraham & Roetzel LLC, and Vice President and Partner of the Abraham Group LLC, a strategic consulting firm focused on the international energy sector. Ms. Mourad was an inspiration to all that… Read More

Surplus Yearbook Sales - 1930's

The Clay High Alumni and Friends Association is holding a sale of surplus yearbooks going all the way back to the 1930's. Visit www.clayalumni.com for more information. Read More
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Debate Club at Fassett

Students at Fassett meet with Clay students in a crisis simulation on Saturday, April 25th. This was part of the newly formed Debate Club at Fassett. Students and staff debated the crisis in Iran in a mock UN simulation. Read More
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CHS Band Concert

The Band Spring Concert was held on Thursday, April 30 in the CHS auditorium. Over 150 band members packed the stage and blew down the walls with their powerful performance. Looking forward to next year as the numbers in band continue to grow. Thanks to all the students, parents, and community members that supported our band and listened to some outstanding music on Thursday. Read More
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I Make A Difference

On Friday, May 1, the Educational Service Center of Lake Erie West held their 26th annual “I Make a Difference” awards breakfast. This awards breakfast honors the Valedictorian and Salutatorian of ten area high schools. The Valedictorian and Salutatorian is asked to select one teacher that had a great impact on the life. Our Valedictorian, Matthew Gibbons, selected Mr. Scott Bruns and our Salutatorian, Ryan Arnold, selected Mr. Ben Pfeiffer. Congratulations to our students for a great academic… Read More