Aeries & Report Cards
OUSD Aeries Web Portal for Students & Families
The OUSD Aeries Web portal at https://parent.ousd.org is the primary source for your student's data — including classes, grades, attendance, medical information, and more. Caregivers will need to log in to Aeries to complete forms and ensure the student's contacts are up-to-date.
Aeries Account Access for Parents/Caregivers
Parents and caregivers seeking access to their student’s information on Aeries can visit https://parent.ousd.org to see signup instructions in several languages, or email firstname.lastname@example.org (please include the name of your student in your email). Parents without internet access may use the computers in the Oakland Tech library. They may also use the Chrome Web browser or the Aeries app (available on the Apple and Android app stores) to access Aeries using a smartphone.
Student Aeries Accounts
Every middle and high school student in OUSD has access to their own information at https://student.ousd.org. Students should log in using their OUSD email address (email@example.com) with their password 00 + their six-digit student ID number. It is important that each student use their own Aeries account to keep track of grades and assignments.
The student Aeries account will log you in to Google, Chromebooks, Gmail, Aeries, and more.
For Aeries account assistance, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students receive two progress report cards prior to the semester report card. Students need to keep up their grades or make up the work when they fall behind in order to earn the minimum number of credits they need to graduate.
Please be sure to review your child’s progress and meet with your student’s counselor or teachers as soon as possible if you have concerns.
An ‘F’ on a semester report card means that the student will not earn high school credit for taking the course that semester. (A ‘D’ passing grade in academic core classes will not be accepted by colleges.)
Check the school calendar to find out when each marking period ends. The semester report cards become a part of the student’s permanent record.