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Cincinnati City School District is a public school district located in Cincinnati, OH. It has 34,816 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 44% of students are at least proficient in math and 49% in reading.
Cincinnati City School District Rankings
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- A-2,426 Students
- A+1,410 Students
- A-891 Students
- A-837 Students
- B-775 Students
- B+710 Students
- B-572 Students
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- B-464 Students
- B386 Students
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- Support Services44%
Cincinnati City School District Reviews
Great middle schools! Terrible highschools. Dater montessori alone would receive a 5 out of 5 but sadly many highschools in this district have problems with students and teachers. Students are not being taught properly and receive failing marks and are forced to attend expensive summer classes. Other schools can't control their students and have teacher shortages.
I am going to be completely honest. They aren't the best and what they care about the most is the money. I believe most teachers are trying their best to help the children cope through many things as well as teaching and trying to find their learning styles. CPS does not provide enough money for healthy food for the children, at the same time very little is done about bullying. Mental health for the children is so well either and there isn't much being done about it. I would like to see a change in the attitudes of the teachers, their patience, and their counselors. Mental health rooms need to be installed in schools for children to have breaks once in a while. The food needs to be improved as well. But most of all, the adults, especially the ones of the district need to listen to us when we're speaking. Because we're literally warning and advising but they see us as clueless children. They don't listen to us and they belittle us for our efforts when we need them the most.
Schools here are all across the board. In my opinion, I attended two of the best schools in the district, Dater Montessori for grade school and Walnut Hills High School. These two schools had excellent teachers and great facilities. However there are schools in this district that are the complete opposite. Cincinnati public school district is large, lots of different areas of Cincinnati are included, some of them are not the best. A lot have old worn down buildings and unruly students. All of the teachers in the district are tired and underpaid, but what teacher isn't these days? I believe Cincinnati public schools rant pretty low on a national test score average but there are some gems in all the mud.