Celina City School District is an above average, public school district located in Celina, OH. It has 2,659 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 74% of students are at least proficient in math and 59% in reading.
585 E Livingston St
Celina, OH 45822
Celina City School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Celina City School District
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- A+44 Students
- B-35 Students
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- B31 Students
- A-30 Students
- B+27 Students
- A-25 Students
- A21 Students
- A-17 Students
- B15 Students
Celina City School District Reviews
I’ve had many great experiences with this school district. But, I have also had not so good experiences. All of the teachers are very good at what they do! I would only change a couple things.
While I myself haven't personally been affected by bullying, multiple people I know, including my sister, has all while the school tries to sweep the incidents under the rug, pretending that they never occur. In addition multiple areas around the school are leaking in the roof or, as in the first floor girls bathroom by the cafeteria, the ceiling has mold or at least appears to. However, it's not all bad as the teachers actually care about the students and try to help them.
Celina City school District provides great schools to attend. The students and faculty are supportive, friendly, and caring. You can participate in extracurricular activities whether that is sports, clubs, theater, etc. These schools provide an environment in which you can meet new people and make life long friends. There are serveral ways you can socialize with others such at sporting events, dances, or class room activities. If I had to change one thing about the Celina City School District would be the students' preparation for college. Sure there are AP courses in high school, but these courses do not accurately perpare you for your college academics. I think part of the reason could be that high school and college are two different levels of education and it is hard to prepare every students appropriatly according to their college of choice.