Loveland City School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Loveland, OH. It has 4,712 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 21 to 1. According to state test scores, 82% of students are at least proficient in math and 77% in reading.
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Loveland City School District Reviews
I have had a great experience at Loveland. I wish they offered more AP classes (Macroeconomics), but overall, the teachers are great! The administration does a fantastic job keeping school running smoothly and I almost always feel safe at school.
Loveland City School District has a lot of opportunities. The number of clubs, extracurriculars, and sports is mind-boggling. There is a community for everyone no matter what background you come from or what you're interested in. The teachers are some of the best, especially in our Biology program. The school counselors are always available and very supportive, there are even support groups that the school provides. The teachers are not only very good at what they do but they are also very supportive. Every single teacher in this school is polite and respectful of every student. This is a very good school district with a lot of good kids who are going to have very bright futures.
Loveland City Schools teachers are very supportive and go out of their way to make the school experience a great experience for their students. The district is very disappointing as far as diversity both racially and socioeconomically. The district is changing rapidly as more high end neighborhoods are being built and it's becoming harder for middle class families to move here. Classrooms are becoming way too crowded, the school buildings are too small, parking is nightmare at school events because the buildings have exceeded the number of students they can house. I think the district is an average to slightly above average district. Due to the never ending building in Loveland it feels like students are just a number in the district. If your children need stability look elsewhere because in Loveland they are moving from building to building every two years.