Edgewood City School District is an above average, public school district located in Trenton, OH. It has 3,624 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 63% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
3440 Busenbark Rd
Trenton, OH 45067
Elementary Schools in Edgewood City School District
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- A124 Students
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- A-78 Students
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- B+46 Students
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Edgewood City School District Reviews
Going to Edgewood, a student would experience the feeling of knowing they're surroundings very well. Classes didn't stand apart from each other, many freshman are friends with seniors, Seniors would date Juniors, etc. You didn't feel left out because everyone knew everyone. It's also a big family school. Many students can attest that multiple members of there family either attend Edgewood currently or they have attended Edgewood in their "younger years". I would like to see the relationship of the administrators and the students change. The student-teacher relationship is a very fluctuating one, at best.
My experience at Edgewood hasn’t been the best. I am an average student and don’t try to stand out or push myself into the small community “in” circle we have in this district. The administration plays favorites in everything, they adore the cheerleaders and athletes. It doesn’t hurt or anything, it’s juts pathetic to watch. The teachers are the ones who need teaching, many are outdated and refuse to evelove along with the world and simply don’t understand the generation their teaching which is vital to have successful students . Edgewood isn’t all bad, it is like a family in some ways, st the end of the day the students stand together (most of them) and keep pushing through.
Edgewood is a great place to go if you want a typical high school experience. Typical teachers, typical classes, typical extracurricular and so on. Edgewood, in my opinion, does not exceed other schools in any aspect. I would like to see the administrators do something about the bullying that has taken place and continues to occur. I would also like to see a change in the diversity of the school. Most students and staff are the same race with the same beliefs. It makes it difficult for anyone who is out of the "norm" to feel comfortable.