Liberty Union-Thurston Local School District is a public school district located in Baltimore, OH. It has 1,315 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 59% of students are at least proficient in math and 62% in reading.
1108 S Main St
Baltimore, OH 43105
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Liberty Union-Thurston Local School District Reviews
Liberty Union-Thurston school district has a great academic programs within the school itself. One program would be the Agriculture class. The classes are diverse, from teaching about animals and plants to hands on experiences with wielding and wood working. Another great program is the track and cross-country teams. These programs have great opportunities to grow within the sport. Clubs and other extra curricular activities are becoming a huge success within the district. Some activities include drama club, musicals, art program and community service opportunities.
This school is somewhat lacking in most distinguishing details, but while it is a very basic and unremarkable facility, it is safe and the staff are trustworthy and helpful. Compared to the others schools I've been to, the staff here are kind and always willing to help a student out. This does not only include the teachers, the principal, guidance counselor, and vice principal are all lovely people. I have had some family issues happen during my last year here, the most recent of which will be affecting me for the rest of my senior year, but they staff has been more than willing to assist me and work with me and my family to find the solution that works best for us, even if the situation has been less than convenient. Other than that, I would describe Liberty Union as a very average and typical American school. There is a large focus on sports and others school groups, and most students are decently friendly.
I graduated from Liberty Union in 2015. Half of the staff was still the same from when my dad graduated in 1985. This could be a good thing if they were good teachers, but a lot of them were not. There were a select few good teachers and coaches but the mass majority didn't care about their students except for the favorites they picked. And the favorites were always kids born into the families who ran/worked at the school or their friends.