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Medina City School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Medina, OH. It has 6,715 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 75% of students are at least proficient in math and 75% in reading.
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Medina City School District Reviews
The district provides teachers are pretty good and the district is pretty good as well . They treat the students pretty well and they take the time to get to know us and interact with us. They are willing to go out of their way to make sure everything is okay and to make sure no one fails their class. Each elementary school is pretty good. The middle schools are pretty good as well. The high school is great. They have great staff and find ways to make sure students are being involved and no one is left out in things. They have the homecoming game and parade the day before homecoming and everyone in the district and the city of Medina enjoy it. They get to see many sports walk in the parade, some floats, the homecoming queen candidates and they see the award winning Medina Musical Bees. Some of the elementary schools have their own floats which allows elementary students to be involved in the parade. They also have some kids from the middle schools represent their school.
Overall, I had a very pleasant experience at Medina High School! However, I know some people have very different stories. It just depends on who you hang out with, and what teachers you get. I got lucky between marching band and good teachers.
Medina City School District is a REALLY good high school, but with a new levy coming up to push the start time from 7:30 to 8:30, it will drastically impact students abilities to play against other schools in athletic events and the older students' abilities to get jobs, as their availability will be limited if the levy passes. Negatives aside, I've never had a single bad interaction with a teacher, let alone a bad teacher. Most of the teachers (especially at Medina High School) really do care and love what their teaching, which gives a better experience to the students overall. Unless you're worried about getting a job or athletic activities interfering with any other part of your daily life, the Medina City School District is the place to be for your education.