Meigs Local School District is a public school district located in Pomeroy, OH. It has 1,778 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 45% of students are at least proficient in math and 48% in reading.
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Meigs Local School District Reviews
My experience of Meigs high school is like no other I love this place and the people involved with the school, everyone here is here to help you and want you to succeeded. The sport and academics all around are wonderful the sports are helping you be more then an athlete but also preparing you to be good husbands and wife's and trying to get you prepared for the real world. All around my experience at Meigs high school is great!
I have been a student at Meigs Local Schools my entire life and I wouldn't want to learn anywhere else. The teachers care about their students more than anything; they are here for us. I have always had a great relationship with my teachers and that makes all the difference. The people here are very encouraging, and I wake up with excitement to see them every day. Graduation will be a bittersweet moment, as I move on to furthering my education, but leave behind some very incredible people.
I feel that you have to be certain people or be related or know certain people to succeed. The class of 2107 had more than 30 students eligible for National Honor Society. They selected all but five, making just a few students feel less than adequate about themselves. I was ranked 14th in the class, playing two varsity sports and had close to 30 community service hours. I worded very hard for years to have this opportunity only to have it stripped away because certain teachers picked the students who they wanted to be inducted into the national honor society.