New Richmond Exempted Village School District is an above average, public school district located in New Richmond, OH. It has 2,407 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 64% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
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New Richmond Exempted Village School District Reviews
After moving from another school to this school there was a huge change. Not only in scenery but also in just the general environment. The students were very welcoming, and still continue to be welcoming. People, for the most part, respect each other at New Richmond more than any other school I have been to. The faculty is also very personal with you, when you need help you can just go and ask for it. It is also a smaller school, therefore your class sizes will be smaller, and you will know almost everybody! I enjoy and have pride in going to a school in the New Richmond Exempted Village School District and will continue to for the rest of my time there!
My favorite thing about New Richmond high school is the clubs, activities, and sports! I would like to see a more diverse group of people at New Richmond high school. I would also like to see a change of the food, maybe healthier options and different kinds of food.
I have never been one to be excited for school, but as I age I realize that it is a privilege and blessing to go to school. In my time at NR I haven't just learned Pythagorean theorem and MLA format- I have learned life lessons. One thing I love about NR is the all the extra curriculum activities to keep me busy and involved. One thing I would add to NR is a mental health/well being class. Many of my peers experience times of stress or adversity. I believe that having a class that teaches about mental health and helps students who struggle would add a beneficial aspect to NR.