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Kenton City School District is a public school district located in Kenton, OH. It has 1,871 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 61% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
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Kenton City School District Reviews
The Kenton City Schools District has a lot of really great faculty members that are dedicated to the school, but also some that aren't so much. One of the main issues that I have with the high school specifically is the lack of recognition for students that achieve great things academically while also working a part time job. This carries on to the local scholarships and awards given out in the area, where an inflated and nearly untruthful resume of random school activities means more than a student that works 30+ hours a week. Along with that, some faculty members and sports coaches have their own children involved in the sports or activities, making everything extremely biased.
Really good with CCP students. Offered a lot of leeway with transferable credit from homeschooling into the regular system without any extra hassle. Full benefits as a student too, including scholarships, honors program, diploma, sports, extracurricular activities, and prom and homecoming. Very nice people, all ready to support you and help you no matter what your career path was.
Its all about sports! Art, band, choir all take a major backseat to sports! It's really sad. All students aren't sports addicts! Also, when you try to correct something for an IEP student, psychologist, administration, counselors, and teachers try to convince you what can be done...but the organization that represents IEP rights will tell you different and guide you. This does not make the school staff listed above happy.