Centerville High School
- CENTERVILLE, OH
Centerville High School Reviews
Rating 4.02 out of 5 378 reviews
Good school, but low diversity and very traditional in their teaching goals and ideas. Centerville is great for high achieving students who are planning to go to university.
The teachers are so arrogant. Dropping of and picking up a kid is so much pain. Often, it makes my days. This school doesn't care about the kids, but only the staffs and teachers themselves who think they are above the kids and their parents. I hope these unpleasant things happened only to me. If not, they have serious and radical issues. I believe that one small thing can tell a lot about what are really going on in them at school.
Honestly, I think this is a great, well-rounded high school (the district is in general). The number of students is pretty large though, but I think that the staff does a good job managing the large student population. I haven't had many issues with any of my teachers, the staff is all friendly, and there is a LARGE variety of clubs and activities to do here. It is easy to get involved here.
Good education, not too bad of people. A lot of focus on sports but still a lot of attention given to the arts, very very big though so easy to struggle socially if you don’t find your “clique”.
Good School! Great curriculum and there are many great teachers who are able to affectively teach the curriculum. Sports and arts are both large parts of the school culture. Almost everyone is in at least one of those. There are also countless clubs and students are allowed to start their own club.
I really enjoy going to Centerville High School. I am a junior in my third year at Centerville High School and I have done nothing but have a great time. My teachers really care about my learning and ensure that all students are engaged and are learning the materials. Also, there is a range of diversity that goes to the school, including Indian, African America, Asian American, Caucasian as well as others. I would want to improve the way the school teaches students so that it's the best and most efficient as possible. So that every student that leaves there thinks they really gained something from going to Centerville High School.
Centerville, being on of the biggest high schools in Ohio, was very intimidating to be thrown into at the age of 14. Although I was scared teachers, upperclassmen, and fellow freshman made my high school experience amazing. I never thought I would miss Centerville, but now looking directly into the eyes of my future I see how much it impacted my life. I will forever be grateful for Centerville High School. Thank you for giving me the skills and tools I need to continue my life in college.
My time at Centerville High School was overall pretty great. The experience is different for every person, so I recommend reading multiple reviews, but I think this is a fun yet academically challenging school. The best part about CHS is that it is big which means it is easy to find a group of people that you fit in with. There are also so many opportunities to be successful at Centerville. You can focus on academics by taking a plethora of AP courses and competing in academic competitions. If you are musically gifted there are great band, theater, choir, and orchestra programs. Even in athletics, we have kids kids who make it to the state level in all kinds of sports. At Centerville you choose your path, so wherever your interests lie, you can pursue them.
Everything is good except for some the teachers, the way the school is built with flimsy walls, and the food.
Centerville High School has opportunities for all of its students. The size and diversity of the programs allow for each student to find friends with similar interests and opportunities no matter what they're interested in. The staff are genuinely motivated to help each student find these opportunities and excel.
Lots of clubs and extracurriculars available here because of the large student population. There is even a pie club that has about 175 people in it
My experience at CHS was amazing! I made a ton of great friends and learned so much along the way. The relationships I've built here will help me succeed for a long time to come.
I like the large atmosphere of Centerville High School that allows you to meet a lot of new people. They have a broad array of classes to choose from, including AP classes that cover almost every class offered nationally, with exceptions of AP Seminar, AP Research, and AP Computer Science. Centerville offers many honors classes and has different classes curtailed to any kind of level. Furthermore, Centerville also has many clubs, sports, and extracurriculars.
Centerville High School is a great school. There is a huge variety of classes that are offered. There is literally something for everyone. I truly believe that my high school education has more than prepared me for college. There is even a great program that prepares you for a trade. Another thing that is great about Centerville, is the ability to get involved. There are so many activities and clubs, that I always have a great time. The school has several community service groups that keep us involved in the community. In general, the teachers are great and always willing to help. My counselor has been very responsive and helpful when dealing with my college preparations.
I think the staff is helpful and passionate, and the administration pushes for student involvement in all areas, both extracurricular and academic.
My overall experience at Centerville High school has been really well and welcoming. I moved to Centerville my freshman year and ever since then, I have grown as a person and I'm sure I've helped others in the process. I appreciate how understanding and helpful the teachers and principals are. I also loved how diverse Centerville is and how there are so many programs for newcomers like "Welcome Centerville '' which helps you meet new people who become your friends throughout high school. However, if there was one thing I would suggest to make the school a better learning environment it would be to create easier pathways for bullied students to express their need for a safer academic environment.
Centerville Highschool is a decent school overall. The staff does there job but dont necessarily fully prepare you for the real world itself. The agenda is mostly school oriented and not reay pushing too much of the individual expression. There are a few teachers that do and are great for it and very easy to talk to when you need them, but that's just a few of them. The student body is not that diverse, but it is a suburban city so there isnt much to say there. The academics are done pretty well for the most part. One thing I will say is is that the school can be a little more I teravtove with everyone and not so orie ted towards certain cliques and groups of people. Even the teachers kind of orient themselves that way with students as well. Could use some social inprovement.