At Oyler, we have very high expectations for our students' academic progress. Our curriculum meets or exceeds all Common Core Curriculum and Ohio Curriculum standards. Through our high quality instruction, we seek to produce graduates who will persevere through life and become responsible and productive members of society. Oyler offers a comprehensive curriculum, summer school classes, credit recovery, virtual learning, and special education services. At Oyler, students also have opportunities for community service, work experience, shadowing, mentoring, and tutoring. Student progress is constantly monitored by staff and the district through the use of Powerschool. Each child and parent has access to Powerschool.
Oyler is organized by grade level departments:
- Primary (PreK-3rd grade)
- Intermediate (4th-6th grade)
- Jr. High Academy (7-8th grade)
- High School (9th-12th grade)
High School Course Guide
Our 2018-19 High School Course Guide includes more detail about the opportunities and resources available to our high school students. Students and their families are encouraged to use the High School Course Guide to plan their educational pathway. The guide includes course descriptions, information about early college credit and alternative credit programs, and more. Graduation requirements, grade reporting, report cards and other policies and procedures are also included in the guide.
College Credit Plus (formerly post-secondary and dual enrollment)
This program allows student to earn college and high school credit at the same time by taking college courses from community colleges or universities. Grades submitted before first semester grade calculation will be counted as a semester grade for GPA and class rank purposes. Grade submitted during or following the second semester will be averaged for final grade. Students will be awarded .50 credit units toward graduation for every 3-semester hour completed with a passing score.
Oyler Advanced Placement Courses
Oyler offers 4 Advanced Placement Courses providing students the opportunity to pursue college-level studies while still in high school. Based on their performance on rigorous AP Examination, students can earn credit, advanced placement, or both for college. Students who take AP courses learn a subject in greater depth, while developing the analytical and study skills that are important to success in college. College admissions personnel view the AP experience as one indicator of future successes at the college level. As college admissions become more selective, participation in an AP course is a great advantage.