Lakewood Local School District is a public school district located in Hebron, OH. It has 1,851 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 59% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
525 E Main St
Hebron, OH 43025
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Lakewood Local School District Reviews
As a recent alum of Lakewood High School I had a fantastic experience attending this school. The Marching Band brings a bunch of attention to the school and they were a huge part of my experience attending the school. The band staff also were very encouraging and set me off on my way to practicing hard enough to do whatever I set out to do. The staff was very helpful with any issue you could possibly come up with, if they couldnt solve it they would bring you to someone that could whether it be changing class schedules, discussing early graduation, struggling with schoolwork, or even personal and emotional issues. One thing that could be fixed is the quality of the elementary school buildings however as they are in very poor condition and is unfair to the children attending that school.
It's not a place if you want decent school lunches or diversity, as well as a safe place for LGBT students. As a gay student myself, I've experienced endless hateful comments and it sucks. More particularly on the middle school level does it suck. Sexual education is trying to scare kids FROM having intercourse ever and it's mainly what will lead to issues later on in their lives. The elementary school is falling apart as it's over 100 years old without air conditioning or heating. Children are suffering in the summer and winter because our district would rather fork money over for a new football field rather than a newer and safer building for the students, that preferably does not have mold growing in it. Special needs kids need more help, as it isn't the people running it rather it's the lack of staff and technology to help the kids learn and succeed.
I think that Lakewood is a great place to receive an education. If there is a student that takes pride in their education, the staff at Lakewood will do their best to provide you the education that would satisfy the student. We have CCP classes and AP classes along with plenty of art education courses. Lakewood has a fun atmosphere and provides students with positive learning.