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Lebanon City School District is an above average, public school district located in Lebanon, OH. It has 5,537 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 22 to 1. According to state test scores, 70% of students are at least proficient in math and 72% in reading.
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Lebanon City School District Reviews
The school absolutely overplays everything they do and all their supposed strengths and achievements while simultaneously sweeping all the obvious jarring problems and controversies under the rug like china did with the Tienanmen square "Incidents". Where the school shines is the staff, but only partly so. Filter out the few questionably employed individuals at LHS, and you have a golden batch of amazing people. Janitors, front desk staff, and of course the Teachers. Ones who care about you and your personal life. So terrible administration and absolute ignorance over even the largest of problems, there is still a FEW good people at the school
I have been in the Lebanon City School District for the entirety of my academic career and the only thing that has really shone about the schools are the fantastic teachers. I have friends from other schools complain to me about feeling like their teachers do not care and are not great people, but the teachers and staff at Lebanon really go above and beyond for students. School culture is crappy and drugs and vape is rampant in the high school and jr high. The cafeteria food is overpriced for very little. Bullying support and mental health services are practically non-existent.Overall they are below average schools with above average teachers and staff.
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.