London City School District is a public school district located in London, OH. It has 2,016 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 62% of students are at least proficient in math and 52% in reading.
380 Elm St 2nd Fl
London, OH 43140
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London City School District Reviews
London is a small public school that is definitely growing, but still limited in opportunities. Here you will find incredible and inspirational teachers in certain roles, but in others you'll find less qualified or motivated educators. London does little to motivate its students beyond the bare minimum, and often dumb down some courses to make them easier. Still, self-motivated students will find the resources they need to excel and be prepared for post-secondary education.
The size of the school works for and against it. I know everybody in my graduating class and can easily make friends. Classes are a decent in size and help the learning experience. My only issue would be that there were not enough opportunity, and that is something the school has been expanding on. When I went through, there weren’t as many technologically oriented classes, but they are being added now.
I transferred to London high School as a freshman from a small private Catholic school. I was welcomed with open arms per the staff and students. My transition was seem less. The staff are easy to talk with and on many occasions have set time aside to work with me on challenging subjects. Our principal Mr. Eisler is a great roll model and is constantly saying encouraging words to the student body. He provides a safe atmosphere and upholds discipline as needed. Now as a senior I look back at my high school career and am proud to be a London Red Raider.