Indian Hill Exempted Village School District is a top rated, public school district located in Cincinnati, OH. It has 1,996 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 13 to 1. According to state test scores, 92% of students are at least proficient in math and 93% in reading.
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Indian Hill Exempted Village School District Reviews
Indian Hill embraced my creativity in learning, teachers are excellent and resources are always readily available. Facilities are excellent and are continually improving. Parents and administration are always involved in programs. They also have excellent sports program and facilities. Thank you Indian Hill!
A nurturing and caring environment for kids. There is NO BULLYING. It does not exist. Kids and families are super nice. First emphasize is to be a kind individual then work hard and then succeed. Be kind to yourself, your friends and the environment. Academically very competitive. The goal is to love the school and books. Both my kids love school and they love reading. Mission Accomplished right there. Teachers are top-notch. So many clubs and activities. This place is much better than a private school. I am extremely happy with the teachers, families, and management. After school service is amazing. They care about your kids and you. This is the right place to be if you dont want to worry about school and your kids' mental health.
I have attended Indian Hill since freshman year. Academically, I feel as if I am very prepared for college and I feel supported by the teachers and faculty. Athletically, I am a competitive swimmer and I have truly been given outstanding opportunities to present an excellent showcase for colleges, as I want to pursue varsity swimming at the college level. While all of these things are positive and push me towards a bigger and brighter future, the social climate of Indian Hill is a part of the district that I wish would improve. Being a new freshman in 2016, I did not feel welcomed by my classmates or even by many students at all. Most of them had been together for all 9 years leading up to high school, but overall I was not expecting that social climate of Indian Hill. Overall, The Indian Hill Village School District has given me many opportunities to further my academic and athletic careers, and have set me up wonderfully to be successful in not just school or the pool, but in life.