Kenston Local School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Chagrin Falls, OH. It has 2,782 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 85% of students are at least proficient in math and 80% in reading.
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Kenston Local School District Reviews
As someone who moved into the school district right before high school, I feel that Kenston does a pretty good job of ensuring that their students have all kinds of opportunities, whether they be academic-related, sport-related, or something else such as music or clubs. One thing I would like to see change is a bit more transparency in offered events, programs, etc. to ensure more awareness among students with regards to college planning, scholarships, etc. However I do feel adequately prepared for college-level work and do feel that the school genuinely looks out for their students' interests.
Kenston Local School District is located in a small town. Their strong suits are the maths, sciences, and arts. The school is very resourceful and able to provide materials for the students in departments ranging from tech, arts, and sports. The community within Kenston helps lead kids to find what they want to do, an example would be, high school seniors are provided with an optional mentorship. The School provides a lot of diverse opportunities that some schools might not provide such as a variety of languages, clubs, and art classes which the faculty involved within these, help the students better prepare for college.
My experience attending Kenston Local Schools overall in the past 7 years has been eventful. I've made numerous friends and have gained relations regarding my peers. I've leaned many valuable lessons over the years which have been taught by my teachers. We have had some problems regarding drugs, alcohol, tobacco, and weapons on campus but the school has made a recognizable attempt to limit any harm that will affect the students or the faculty. I am excited to expand my future, but will miss my high school experience.