The revised bus routes for 2022-2023 for Oak Ridge Schools are now available at the links below. Students should be prepared to board the bus ten minutes before the scheduled time. All routes are dependent on regular ridership and may be altered or suspended at any time. Oak Ridge High students will ride to school […]
NAACP Oak Ridge-Anderson County
2022 BACK-to-SCHOOL FAIR
July 23 at 1:00 at the Scarboro Community Center
See details in the attached flyer.
Dear Parents, It's almost time for school to start again, and we can't wait to welcome you back back! The updated Back to School page will be your source for important items of information for a successful start to the new school year. Updates will be added as they are available. Click this link to go to the Back to School page.
Oak Ridge Schools is proud to be a top public school system in Tennessee that successfully prepares students for college, career, and life success. The school system has had a long history of academic excellence and, despite the continued interruptions to education caused by the pandemic, our students continue to improve and performed above the […]
Open Enrollment Period
On this page, we will be posting available openings at our elementary and middle schools.
- This information will be live from April 1 – 14.
- New open enrollment applications will be taken from April 15 – May 13.
Approval will be based on the number of available seats at the elementary […]
Today, the Tennessee Department of Education announced the 68 districts that have received statewide recognition as Best for All Districts for significantly investing federal COVID-19 stimulus funding to drive student achievement and improving academic outcomes. The department is celebrating these districts today for #BestforAllDay through a statewide livestream event from 9-10:30 a.m.
Best for All Districts […]
Oak Ridge High School has been selected as one of the recipients of Volunteer Tennessee’s Award of Excellence for their commitment to service during the 2020-2021 school year. The selection committee was impressed with the outstanding work Alison King, Student Services Facilitator has been doing with staff and students in the areas of community service, […]
Learning from the Holocaust
The Tennessee Holocaust Commission announces the winners of the first Mira Kimmelman ‘Learning from the Holocaust’ essay and project contest.
Mira Kimmelman challenged students to reflect upon the history of the Holocaust and contemporary examples of injustice for over fifty years. The contest continues her work and legacy, asking Tennessee students to create […]
Oak Ridge Schools STEM Committee
What is STEM Education in Oak Ridge Schools?
When most people first hear the word STEM, they immediately think of the acronym: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. And while Oak Ridge Schools provides numerous opportunities for students to experience STEM-specific content in Elementary, Middle, and High School, true STEM Education is a […]