Hardin Northern Local School District is a public school district located in Dola, OH. It has 432 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 54% of students are at least proficient in math and 54% in reading.
11589 State Route 81
Dola, OH 45835
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Hardin Northern Local School District Reviews
Attending Hardin Northern all of my life has helped to give me an edge up on my future. With staff that pushes you in the right direction and plenty of opportunities available, any student will flourish here. A small, tight-knit community helps students to feel as if they belong and have a place here. There are always community members willing to help with all types of events and extra-curriculars. Hardin Northern offers plenty of CCP opportunities and can give participating students an abundance of credit hours to help them with their future education. All-in-all, Hardin Northern provides an exceptional learning environment that gets the most it can out of any student that wants the best for their future.
I went to Hardin Northern for eleven years, and some years were better than others. The last year (my sophomore year) was not that worst for me, I struggled the most then. I am now a senior at a different school. I will say I did have good grades there that ranged from A’s-C’s and I am a very hard working student. The school has many pros and cons but it overall wasn’t a good fit for. Such as, some of the teachers are very supporting and want to see you succeed and they do provide a safer environment. This is just my personal opinion.
Offers individualized learning through one on one activities and small class sizes. Students can not only be prepped for college, but living independently through Family Consumer Science Courses and Agriculture classes.