Each year the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education publishes an Annual Performance Report (APR) for all school districts. Ozark achieved an "exceeding" growth level in English language arts (ELA) and mathematics on the 2019 report.
Subgroup performance, including racial and ethnic groups, low-income, special education and English learners, exceeded state growth expectations in ELA and remained on track in mathematics. Science and social studies data is not included.
Ozark High School had strong gains in student college and career readiness which include advanced placement and dual credit, college and career placement exams (ACT, SAT, ASVAB, WorkKeys) and graduation rates. The 2019 graduation rate was 97.2%, which is the highest it has been in five years.