Mount Healthy City School District is a public school district located in Cincinnati, OH. It has 3,268 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. According to state test scores, 32% of students are at least proficient in math and 31% in reading.
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Mount Healthy City School District Reviews
I like the way people are connected. The teachers ,staff, and administrators are supporting the students and the condition are very good. The teachers and all the faculty from Mt.Healthy city school district help and provide their students to success in their careers and for life. I would not recommend any change about Mt. Healthy City School District . I like the way it is.
In my school year, it was hard to compromise or switch anything from past rules dealing with graduating years in the past with administrations. Some administrations did judge you if you had a troubling sibling. Teachers do put in effort towards your education if you put in effort too. Needs more clubs to get into instead of only having clubs for Jr. high students. Overall it's a decent school, the sport is ok here and administrators try to uplift and keep you on track to college.
Mount Healthy Schoolboy district is a school that you can go to and learn and be active in different events. Mount Healthy is a school that you may have played around at your high school year and st he very end regret it because you realize you could have tried harder to pay attention that you could have listened to the teacher when they told you to sit down and be quite . Mount Healthy is a very competitive, athletic , Diverse school and I love Mount Helthy High Schooland I’m glad that it is my Home school while I still further my education at Diamond Oaks.