Granville Exempted Village School District is an elite, public school district located in Granville, OH. It has 2,419 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 91% of students are at least proficient in math and 92% in reading.
Elementary Schools in Granville Exempted Village School District
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- A+141 Students
- A106 Students
- A-87 Students
- A-80 Students
- B44 Students
- A+34 Students
- A33 Students
- A32 Students
- A31 Students
- A+30 Students
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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.
Wishing they would focus more on introducing diversity. Granville School district has a huge focus on college readiness and academic achievement, and throughout my experience, I frequently felt that the students mental health and personal wellbeing were put on the back-burner. While college prep and educational excellence are very important, so is the mental health of the students and Granville doesn't offer compensation for both.
Granville has been a wonderful place to attend academically, but the fine arts programs they maintain are what I really love about the school. There is a huge emphasis on the band, choir and orchestra programs. The teachers strive for success and the students bound toward it, constantly challenging themselves and one another to make everyone better musicians. The drama department is another reason I love the school. Being the president of the Drama Club myself I am somewhat obligated to say that, but no truth is taken from the statement. It is a very inclusive environment, one that is constantly kept fun and engaging for all who wish to participate.