Educators in the Lake Orion Community Schools know the best way to prepare students for future success is to focus on the whole child. To accomplish this, we work together to address each student’s academic, emotional and developmental needs from pre-kindergarten through high school graduation.
The district supports our teachers’ efforts by offering a variety of innovative programs catered to student needs. Each of Lake Orion’s four neighborhood elementary schools features identical curriculum and meet the unique needs of the families and neighborhoods they serve. Our three intra-district focus elementary schools specialize in the fine arts, multi-age learning and year-round education. The district’s three middle schools use a team-concept approach that integrates the core curriculum with small teams of trained educators who collaborate daily and act as advocates for every student.
This effort is complemented by the STAR (Student Teacher Affective Relationships) program at our three middle schools that help build a deeper rapport between students and their teachers. The high school’s freshman academy is designed to help ninth graders smoothly transition to the high school, both from an academic and social standpoint. The high school offers a modified block schedule which allows students to experience both 45- and 90-minute classes.
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- 74% of Lake Orion educators hold Master’s Degree or higher.
- 31% of Lake Orion educators have spent at least five years with the district; 38% more than ten years.
Standardized Testing Spring 2016:
- MSTEP (grades 3-8): Lake Orion ranks in the Top Ten among 28 districts in Oakland County in all subject areas.
- PSAT (grades 9-10): Lake Orion ranks among the top 10 in Oakland County in both math and ELA.
- SAT (grade 11): Lake Orion ranks among the top 10 in Oakland County in both math and ELA.
- Advance Placement (AP) District Honor Role
Lake Orion Community High School Graduation Rate:
- 96% Graduation Rate
- Each year several million dollars in merit scholarships are awarded to district graduates attending college.