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Keystone Local School District is an above average, public school district located in Lagrange, OH. It has 1,471 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 64% of students are at least proficient in math and 74% in reading.
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Keystone Local School District Reviews
I have enjoyed going to Keystone Schools, the softball team wins a lot of championships, and it is very safe being in a small town. We don't have a lot of different classes to choose from on certain subjects, but the teachers do work with you inside and outside of class. There are different clubs that you can be a part of, and the drama club is growing. The elementary school PTA definitely has a lot of involvement with family fun day, holiday parties and voting day. Being a small school, we have all of the sports but in some sports there may only be a varsity team, there are just not enough kids signed up for a JV or Freshman team. I think it is a good school, and I did learn a lot.
I went to lakewood city schools for most of my middle school and grade school. I spent 2 weeks in the high school when my parents decided we are going to move. I was so unhappy. But honestly it was the greatest thing they could have done. Im about to be a senior now in high school, keystone has been a total change in environment. The people and teachers are nicer and caringing. I couldnt ask for a better high school experience!
Everyone was so friendly, I absolutely loved the staff. They were so very helpful and was focused on everyone's education. Teachers would stay after school to help students until they understood what they needed to learn. I felt as if we were a huge family, the staff would make so many connections and friendships with all the students. Most teachers were excellent at what kind of information that they taught us, but then there was a few that were somewhat careless if you understood the information or not. They prepared us in every way about how we can be ready for college or whatever we decided to do after graduation.