Bloom-Carroll Local School District is an above average, public school district located in Carroll, OH. It has 1,939 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 77% of students are at least proficient in math and 77% in reading.
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Bloom-Carroll Local School District Reviews
I've attended Bloom-Carroll since the start of kindergarten. I've made lots of friends and relationships that I will remember for a lifetime. I really like it here because our school isn't as big as many other area schools. I like coming to school everyday and knowing all the kids and teachers. I also like being able to work closely with my teachers. Most of the staff is very kind and helpful. Many stay after school for those who may need help in certain subjects. The community is also very involved in activated hosted in our town or on campus. Parents are given the chance to be involved in their child's education too. There are some downsides just like at any school. We do not have a huge variety of electives to choose from and the building itself isn't what you would call new. Over all I believe Bloom-Carroll is an amazing school where any student can be successful, make friends, and become a better educated person.
What I liked about bloom Carroll was the teachers and education, I have had a job throughout high school and have been involved with sports and clubs ever year, yet I always know what I’m doing and have a firm understanding of the subject. We also have some of the best electives. We have plenty of art and food classes for creative students and a good band a choir for the musicians. One thing I would like to see change however, is the club involvement, we have few clubs ever year and in those few clubs we have few members, part of the problem is the clubs themselves, most are boring and meet once a month if that. A few more clubs could get the student participation to increase.
The Bloom-Carroll experience is always a unique one. Everyone leaves BC with a different thought process on how it was. Some enjoyed it; some hated it. I believe BC was a very average school. It had its bad food, bullies, and super fun rallies. There was nothing super extraordinary about it except for the teachers. The teachers made that school. They were always smiling and happy, ready to help their students with whatever they needed. The one thing I left there with is the knowledge those teachers instilled in me, and I will be forever grateful.