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Montpelier Exempted Village School District is a public school district located in Montpelier, OH. It has 902 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 65% of students are at least proficient in math and 64% in reading.
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Montpelier Exempted Village School District Reviews
I attended Montpelier my whole school career. I enjoyed my time at Montpelier, I had a good time and made many good memories there, but some of my classmates cannot say the same. Those that were not "good at school" fell behind quickly and if you fell out of favor with the administration, school was not a fun place to be. The teachers themselves are some of the most kind, caring, and knowledgable people I know, but a sense of job insecurity prevented some from becoming the best versions of themselves. The staff turnover, constant new hires, made for inconsistent teaching and learning at times. If someone was looking to going into the arts as a career, Montpelier is not a helpful place to be, however, they prepare people going into the sciences very well. I will say that the teaching staff has remained friendly and open since my graduation and I enjoy seeing them. Montpelier is a fine school, but with some leadership and vision, it could be great.
The teachers are very friendly but will often just teach lessons and expect you to understand it. A student could ask a question and be given an answer worded just like how the lesson was taught so the lesson is still just as confusing. The administration prioritizes things that are not important such as putting in more water fountains rather than fixing the things that actually need fixed, such as better computers for classrooms or newer equipment. Certain programs are funded significantly more than others, such as sports get funded more than art or music. Teams will get new uniforms every other year while music classes have to wait years for new uniforms or instruments.
The school has many administrators that are biased and unfair. Kids here are treated poorly because of financial status or what their last name is. The administration is very corrupt and has few good administrators.