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New Lexington City School District is a public school district located in New Lexington, OH. It has 1,670 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 51% of students are at least proficient in math and 60% in reading.
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New Lexington City School District Reviews
The New Lexington School District focuses more on how much they can show off, instead of actually teaching children how to fulfill their dreams and passions through academics. The administration does not care about students reaching for help with anything, and the teachers are just as miserable in the system as the students. The food smells of vinegar no matter what is prepared, and the principles value discipline over education. No one feels safe or valued, and no one feels heard or excepted. It feels as though we are prepared for prison rather than college/the workforce.
Very small school, which was nice. You pretty much knew everyone you would graduate with. The school was very involved in sports not so much the music program though, which is disappointing, but it's still a great school to attend. The teachers are all there because they enjoy their job and they're awesome!
The New Lexington School district is very special. The teachers are so caring for their students and they want nothing less than the best for them and their future. However, I would like to see a change in the students. There are so many kids who have so much potential, but they simply do not try or care about school whatsoever. This is a change that needs to happen now, these kids are not only hurting themselves, but they are hurting the school and teachers who worked so hard for them to have the future they deserve.