Little Miami Local School District is an above average, public school district located in Maineville, OH. It has 4,322 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 75% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
7247 Zoar Rd
Maineville, OH 45039
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- A-217 Students
- A149 Students
- A+146 Students
- A-132 Students
- B-71 Students
- B+67 Students
- B65 Students
- B53 Students
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Little Miami Local School District Reviews
I wouldn't wanted to have go through high school at any other school other than Little Miami. I probably could have gotten a better education elsewhere, the food isn't that great, school starts earlier than it should, are football team has lost over twenty in a row, but, I still would not have wanted to go anywhere else. The school spirit and community is what makes Little Miami the best school there is. The school district has gone through many tragedies just in the past four years. My freshman year a senior who I knew died in a car accident. My sophomore year, one of my classmates committed suicide and one got cancer. My junior year, my best friend since the age of ten died in a car accident. The way our community comes together to support each other is truly amazing. The staff is also unbelievably supportive. I love my school. Although my high school experience has been sort of tragic, my school has helped me through it.
Good community with good support. There are very good teachers that know what they're doing and actually teach. Not a large variety of classes, so specializing in an area or trying to figure out if you like an area is challenging. LM actively prepares students for their futures and for if a student plans to go to college.
This is my first year in the school district, and there is no diversity, also I feel as if the new student engagement and adjustment in the beginning was not well thought out. I am very accustom to change, and this school has been one of the most difficult adjustments I have ever had to make as a new student. I do not even know who the principal is.