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Madison Local School District (Mansfield) is a public school district located in Mansfield, OH. It has 2,994 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 67% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
Madison Local School District (Mansfield) Rankings
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Madison Local School District (Mansfield) Reviews
First off, the most lacking attribute of Madison is the diversity. Usually, one foreign exchange student a year is as diverse as it gets. The teachers staff and academics, on the other hand, are not bad at all. Most teachers are great, especially the English and language departments. Another downside would be that most culture and clubs are heavily based in sports, so it lacks in the arts. Overall, you can't expect much from school lunches in high school, even though all the cafeteria workers are super nice. High school may not be the greatest experience, however, Madison is not half bad.
I liked it. Had no problems when I went there, staff was friendly, always tried to help. Overall, it’s good.
I have attended the Madison Local School district since kindergarten and although we do not have the greatest facilities or diversity, our education does not seem to be any less than average. There are honors options as well as classes for those who need extra help. 9 out of 10 of the teachers and staff are kind and caring, and there are plenty of different clubs and sports to participate in. The safety precautions is about average and the facilities and parent involvement seem to be below average. Although in the past few years the college readiness seemed to be extremely low, there are two new guidance councilors who have taken many steps to ensure everyone knows what to do when the time comes to apply to college, scholarships, fasfa and other post graduation options. Overall I have had a pleasant experience with the Madison District with only a few rough areas in between.