Federal Hocking Local School District is a public school district located in Stewart, OH. It has 993 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 52% of students are at least proficient in math and 51% in reading.
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Federal Hocking Local School District Reviews
Three of the four stars rewarded to Federal Hocking here go towards its clubs, local food, and parent involvement. Besides the recent hires the school board is too old for its own good, sometimes I feel the school is lacking safety precautions, and the English department is seemingly its only strong suit; aside from, of course, a few outliers in the more creative fields and the occasional successful other core teachers.
Federal Hocking school districts is great and on the ball when it comes to connecting students with the resources they need for future success. The staff is very hands on and connected with the kids. One thing I would like to see change in the school is the school spirit. Due to lack of wins with sports teams, everyone sees the school as not being up to par and that is simply not the case. The sports team may not be the best but the academics are. You also have the option to do post secondary which is being able to take college classes while in highschool that the school itself pays for.
I definitely liked the school. The teachers were very understanding and didn't ask for too much of the students. Because of how small the school was, it was easy to get help if you needed it. Then there was the hour long lunch break. More than enough time for students to wind down and eat after morning classes. There were also clubs during part of lunch for those students who wanted to learn more, but didn't want to use the entire hour for just eating.