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Huber Heights City School District is a public school district located in Huber Heights, OH. It has 5,883 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 49% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
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Huber Heights City School District Reviews
The overall diversity and inclusion of recent events in the everyday student life is a positive aspect of the Huber Heights City School district. There is undoubtedly a mix of very fine teachers and staff but of course, a few exceptions. However, this is not a surprise because all school districts have a few problems here and there. With an excellent sports program and slightly over average clubs and programs, the district gives the students opportunities to express themselves with their desired extracurricular activities. However, the career/college class options are extremely limited in the high school. This is not as helpful especially for the juniors and seniors that are determining their close future goals. With the recent Covid-19 cases, the school district has been very attentive with this matter. Overall, it is a great school district to attend, but there is obviously some room for improvement and I believe that with the new leadership, these changes will soon be implemented.
I've been a student athlete in the Huber Heights City School District from Kindergarten to proudly graduating with the Class of 2020! I've had some of the best teachers a student could ask for and those that I still stay in touch with. They go the extra mile for their students and it shows.
When I attended Huber Heights City Schools, many of the faculty members didn't want to be there and they would let you know that by saying things like, "If it wasn't for this check, I wouldn't be here." The teachers let the athletes do as they please, and pass them while the other students had to try their hardest to graduate. Your non-athlete students could write a paper, do everything asked in the directions, and was lucky to earn a C. An athlete could take that same person's paper and copy it, word for word, and earn a much better grade. To me, that doesn't seem fair at all because they aren't putting the effort into the papers and are getting A's handed to them. School was miserable for many of us because it was very unorganized and had very little "structure." My class started around 6-700 students and ended with 347 if that gives you any indication of anything. Needless to say, I am glad to be done with the district and best of luck to anyone who is still there!