Lebanon City School District is an above average, public school district located in Lebanon, OH. It has 5,490 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 22 to 1. According to state test scores, 74% of students are at least proficient in math and 72% in reading.
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Lebanon City School District Reviews
I enjoyed that Lebanon City Schools gave me so many different opportunities. I became a very active student in high school, getting involved in different clubs such as Student Council, National Honor Society, and Captain´s Council. These extracurriculars allowed me to become a better leader and help others. Also, the teachers are amazing. Every teacher in Lebanon cares about their students, treating them like their own children. It is evident that every teacher is there because they want to be, not because they have to be.
Lebanon High School provided many ups and downs for my fellow peers and I. I love the art department. The art teachers are experienced, passionate, and hands on. You can truly tell they love creating and sharing. As for the other teachers... things are a bit different. I do not believe my math teacher is passionate about math. I do not believe my math teacher cares about success either. This goes for many of my core class teachers. I feel as if teaching is just a job for some of the teachers. Teachers should love what they teach. A passionate teacher is striving to help students become the best possible student. A teacher who assigns each and every lesson from a textbook or busy-work packet cares about covering the curriculum and passing out tests. Lebanon needs more passion and a creative learning style curriculum to keep young adults eager and engaged in education. The world is changing and the provided education here needs to change too.
Lebanon City Schools has a lot of opportunities to better yourself academically and socially. Teachers are committed to helping their students realize their full potential, and support the students throughout their high school career. The school district as a whole works hard to ensure that the students have the tools and resources that would allow them to be able to realize their dreams after graduating. There are also many different clubs and activities, which makes it easier to make friends. Students have many opportunities to express themselves and use their time in school to explore their personality and find the person they want to become.