Girard City School District is an above average, public school district located in Girard, OH. It has 1,693 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 75% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
100 W Main St Ste 2
Girard, OH 44420
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Girard City School District Reviews
I have had a great experience at all of Girard City Schools! The teachers at the High School, are excellent in getting you ready for college. There are many things that I have liked about the Girard School District. One thing that I like the most, is how caring all of the teachers are, and how helpful they are. They will help you with class issues, or even let you talk to them about personal issues. You establish a great bond between your teachers, some more than others. But there is one thing that I highly dislike about Girard High School. The consulars do not help you at all. They are probably the worst consulars in the area. Overall I have enjoyed going to the Girard City Schools.
Girard is a good school, when it comes to learning. But everyone is not treated equally. If you don't have a certain last name they don't really care about you. Like if I was to wear ripped jeans with a little hole I would get yelled at. But if someone that's popular or has one of the last names, they wont have anything said to them, and that is not fair. This same thing applies to Girard Sports, they treat football and cheer leading like they are the most important thing in the school, but they don't pay attention to any of the other sports, or give them credit. Learning wise is the best thing about the schools. They do a really good job, but the teachers are what makes it worth coming to school every day.
Girard City School District allows students to direct their education in a very positive way. Students are encouraged to take courses that match their interests. Various university courses are also offered at the high school level, as well as the opportunity to take courses at outside universities.