The Challenges and Opportunities of Preparing Oceanside Children and Young Adults to be College, Career, and Life Ready
Oceanside is a vibrant coastal community rich in socioeconomic and racial/ethnic diversity. As a result, the needs of our children, youth, and families are equally diverse and increasingly complex. Preparing our students for success in college, career, and life is critical to the overall quality of life of our residents and the long-term economic vitality of our community. Investments in the Oceanside Promise support improving the social, emotional, and academic success of every child from cradle to college and career.
Kindergartners who enter school ready to succeed.
3rd grade students who are proficient in English Language Arts.
9th grade students achieving a "C or better" in A-G coursework.*
Students who met A-G requirements upon graduation.
High school graduates who enter college within the 1st year of high school graduation.
Students who earn a postsecondary degree within six years of high school graduation
Source: Oceanside Unified School District
*A-G requirements are the minimum series of courses which must be completed upon graduation for consideration of freshman admittance in UC/CSU institutions.
Now is the time to improve the success of Oceanside's children, youth, and families. It will take all of us to achieve our vision of every child and young adult reaching their fullest potential in college, career, and life.
Read, Talk, Sing and Play with Your Child Every Day
Reading to your child for 15 minutes per day in ANy language forms a Special parent-child bond and develops important early literacy skills.
colorful art projects with shapes can be a fun way to connect with your child while developing fine motor skills and helping her master kindergarten readiness competencies.
A trip to the grocery store can turn into an everyday learning moment by having your child point out shapes, say colors, and count objects.