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Places With The Best Education System In Oregon 2018

Nearby Areas With A High Livability Score75
  • Lake Oswego, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 38,065
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  • West Linn, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 26,242
79
  • Bethany, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 22,819
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  • Cedar Mill, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 15,993
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  • Oak Hills, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 11,678
82
  • West Slope, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 7,650
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  • Rockcreek, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 9,384
77
  • West Haven-Sylvan, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 8,131
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  • Sherwood, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 18,965
76
  • Ashland, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 21,002
  • I lived in Ashland for three years and every day marveled at the incredible beauty. Generously green and lush, this is a highly walkable town with an almost picture perfect community. For it's small
79
  • Raleigh Hills, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 6,046
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  • Tualatin, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 27,024
73
  • Happy Valley, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 17,474
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  • Corvallis, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 55,766
  • This place is awful. Expect to pay high prices for rent. There are no jobs unless you are part of the university, hewlett-packard, or the hospital. I'm still trying to understand why people love the
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  • Bend, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 84,416
  • I lived in Bend for 2 years and I doubt I'll ever find as incredible a place as Bend Oregon! Its population and size was PERFECT! Big enough to have great restaurants, parks, shopping, festivals,
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  • Beaverton, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 94,865
  • I have lived in the Pacific Northwest all my life and have had frequent trips to Beaverton, Oregon, since I'm only 20 minutes away. Let me tell you, you won't get bored in Beaverton, as there's always
69
  • Bull Mountain, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 9,684
75
  • Tigard, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 50,787
  • The community of Tigard, OR is a remarkable and underrated place. I relocated to Tigard, OR in my late 20's and took a teaching position there, leaving in 2010 after a two-year stay. With a population of
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  • Garden Home-Whitford, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 6,291
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  • Wilsonville, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 21,814
77
  • Silverton, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 9,585
73
  • Newberg, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 22,749
75
  • McMinnville, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 33,724
  • I just moved from McMinnville due to the increase in homeless people and crime. The city does not know what to do and there are large loopholes in local laws which allow RVs, buses, cars to park for days
75
  • Oregon City, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 35,057
  • Oregon City is the southern baby sister of West Linn and Lake Oswego, located North West across the Willamette river from her. This historically rich community brands its self as "The end of the Oregon
73
  • Jennings Lodge, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 7,727
64
  • Deschutes River Woods, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 5,993
69
  • Oatfield, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 13,592
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  • Baker City, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 9,757
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  • Eugene, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 161,649
  • I grew up in Eugene and moved back after getting a couple degrees elsewhere and serving in the military. Crime was pretty bad when I was growing up (one of my former classmates is on death row and
68
  • Damascus, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 10,842
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  • Sandy, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 10,369
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  • Portland, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 620,589
  • Portland is underwhelming. The bones of the waterfront are great but have not been leveraged. As you walk down the boardwalk, it simply looks like an industrial wasteland. City center is not focussed.
73
  • Dallas, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 15,175
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  • Aloha, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 54,908
  • I lived in Aloha, Oregon for quite a few years. I recently returned to Aloha to find parts that I remembered with a great fondness had turned into the biggest nightmare. They had become filthy and
73
  • Keizer, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 37,497
75
  • Hillsboro, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 100,462
  • Having lived only a short distance from Hillsboro, Oregon, my entire life I can truly say it's the best of two worlds. About 15 miles east are the attractions and restaurants of the state's biggest city,
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  • Mount Hood Village, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 5,231
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  • Gladstone, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 11,850
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  • Prineville, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 9,419
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  • Creswell, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 5,154
70
  • North Bend, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 9,635
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  • Pendleton, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 16,861
72
  • Scappoose, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 6,901
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  • Milwaukie, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 20,643
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  • Central Point, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 17,793
  • My family loves Central Point, OR. Very nice, small town feel. Nice parks & neighborhoods, great for families. The downside? The Rogue Valley is like a bowl and it gets fogged in in winter and in the
66
  • Troutdale, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 16,535
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  • Grants Pass, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 36,776
  • Grants Pass is a lovely small town full of small town people who will mostly carry on living there forever just like their parents did. Nothing wrong with that I suppose. It's a pretty town with a river
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  • Salem, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 161,975
  • First off going by the statistics regarding education, crime and cost of living in Salem is a big mistake. Like all places all things are not equal. There are three distinct parts of Salem, being North
67
  • Sutherlin, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 7,883
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  • Seaside, OR
  • (City)
  • Population: 6,514
  • After reading the review of Seaside, Oregon, I had add the reality check. This is a tourist town. Jobs are seasonal, low paying and scarce in the off season. It rains a lot in the fall, winter and

Moving to a new city in Oregon is a stressful process. Combine that with having to find a new school for your kids and stress levels can reach epic proportions! As they say “education is the cornerstone of our society” so you want to be sure that you find the right school for your children. Using science and data, AreaVibes has compiled a list of cities with the best education system in Oregon with a minimum of 5,000 people.

Your children’s academic success can depend on your choice of education system. Finding the right city with the best education system in Oregon is no easy task. The quality of education varies from state to state, city to city and even district to district. In creating this list, we wanted to take into account more than just test scores. Although we do believe that standardized test scores are important we also wanted to factor in classroom sizes and graduation rates.

To further narrow down your list of the cities with the best education system in Oregon, you can use the filters above. This will allow you to filter based on cities or neighborhoods, city size as well as home and rent prices to ensure that the cities fall within your housing budget. You can also filter based on other important categories that may be important to you like amenities, cost of living, crime, employment, housing and weather.