Bowling Green City School District is an above average, public school district located in Bowling Green, OH. It has 3,038 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 69% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
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Bowling Green City School District Reviews
The Bowling Green City Schools District is a very safe and secure community. In terms of your education, you will get what you put in. The teachers are all there for your progression through education and will help you in any way possible. Personally, I encountered some of the most inspirational teachers there. The culture at Bowling Green City Schools is pretty decent, but like most things it can always be improved on. The faculty and administration are all very kind and pour their hearts and soul into the students well-being and education. I would highly recommend the Bowling Green City School District for individuals looking for schooling for their children.
My time at BGHS is not very unique. Most of the teachers are pretty good at teaching the curriculum. The school is generally pretty safe, we don't have many fights and threats. But we do have a vaping problem, but that is becoming more common throughout the nation. I would say the only major problem is our bathrooms. Half of the locks are broken/useless or missing in the stalls, half of the sinks are covered with trash bags. And half of the sinks that are not covered barley let any water come out of the faucet. And there are some brown spots on the ceiling that no one really knows what they are.
The Bowling Green school district has always been my home, and I'm now a high school senior. I love our school district, as it focuses a lot on curriculums surrounding the arts, while also not neglecting the sports programs. It's a place where everyone can find something to be involved in, and I'm really thankful that teachers and administrators foster that importance.