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MSD At A Glance

  • The Medford School District is a premier district that encompasses 361 square miles in the heart of Southern Oregon's beautiful Rogue River Valley. We serve 14,000 students in 14 elementary schools, two middle schools, three high schools and four charter schools.

    Read our Vision 2020 Strategic Plan here.

    Our Vision:

    “We are a premier school district that inspires remarkable achievement, and empowers students to succeed and contribute in a changing world.”

    Our Mission:

    “To foster the talents and interests of a community of life-long learners through a meaningful education that challenges students to reach their unlimited potential.”

    Graduation Rate:

    The Medford 2018-19 Five-year Cohort Graduation Rate was 84.16%. The overall State of Oregon rate was 81.61%

    Number of Employees:

    • Total Certified 645
    • Total Classified 654


    66,533 hours clocked during the 2018-19 school year.     

  • MSD Emergency After Hours Assistance

    If you have a life threatening emergency or see a crime in progress at a school, please call 911.

    From 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, you can reach the facilities office at (541) 842-3646.

    If you have a school related emergency/concern after hours, on weekends, or over holidays, please contact the following numbers for assistance:

    Facilities - Emergency After Hours Phone – (541) 842-3900

    Network Telecom Services (NTS) - Emergency After Hours Phone

    *(541) 842-3901 (Security Alarms, Fire Alarms, etc)

    *Leave a detailed message with your name, phone number and location.  A technician will be paged and will call you back.

  • Medford School District provides equal opportunity and access to all educational services, facilities, and/or employment to every person. Medford School District does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, religion, national origin, age, or disability. Inquiries or complaints regarding the District’s non-discrimination policies and compliance can be directed to:

    Debbie Simons, Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning


    815 S. Oakdale Avenue

    Medford, Oregon 97501

    For a full list of complaint procedures, please click the following link: Complaint Procedures