Granville Exempted Village School District is a top rated, public school district located in Granville, OH. It has 2,450 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 90% of students are at least proficient in math and 78% in reading.
Granville Exempted Village School District Rankings
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Elementary Schools in Granville Exempted Village School District
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Granville Exempted Village School District Reviews
Granville is such an amazing school to attend! Everyone cares so much about each other, especially in times of crisis. When a student goes through something traumatic everyone rallies around him or her in support. While the education course is extremely vigorous, which definitely helps to prepare for college, you can tell the teachers truly care about the success of each of their students. And while every school has issues, Granville is no exception, the school district handles matters very professionally.
Granville is a great place for those who wish to be pushed academically, however it is a tough place to be socially. It has the incredibly pressured atmosphere typical of a higher education facility and much of the student population is cynical of the administration and methods said administration uses to enforce and educate, and school spirit is pretty under average. However you will learn a lot and come out very prepared for college with strong values and the preparation to be challenged and face conflict. Overall a good place if you can deal with the pressure.
One of the best things about Granville Exempted Village School District was how close knit everyone was, this is because the size of the school. If anyone was facing some type of adversity the entire school was there backing them up and supporting them. This was also one of the downfalls of the school. Being that it was so small everyone knew everything about everyone and if you made a mistake it was known by everyone very fast and you were given a nickname just as fast.