Aeries & Report Cards

OUSD Aeries Portal

The OUSD Aeries portal provides secure access to student information using any web browser. Aeries facilitates communication between Tech and home, which benefits students, parents, teachers and administrators alike.

Through the Aeries portal, you may view:

  • Events calendar, nightly homework and class assignment scores
  • Standardized test scores and results
  • Class schedules
  • Report cards and progress reports
  • Graduation status reports and unofficial transcripts
  • Daily attendance for each class
  • Student contact information
  • Requested class schedule for upcoming terms

To access Aeries, you need to:

  1. Have a working email address
  2. Create an portal account here
  3. Link your account to your student. To link to a student, you must have the Student ID, primary phone (as indicated in Aeries) and a verification code.

Parents of returning and incoming Oakland Tech students received Aeries Parent Portal access details, including verification code, prior to registration.

Don’t have that information?

This year, every student has his/her own student portal account in It is important that students learn to use their own Aeries student account to keep track of assignments, and manage their academic life. If they’re unable to login at, they should send an email with their name and six-digit-ID to or contact their counselor.
Parents without Internet access at home may use the computers in the library. If parents cannot locate — or never received — their verification code letter, they should send an email with their student’s name and six-digit-ID to

Please contact with any questions.

Report Cards

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. You should expect to receive a report card in the mail within two weeks after the end of each marking period and a final report card at the end of each semester. The semester report cards become a part of the student’s permanent record.

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