Northeastern Local School District (Springfield) is a public school district located in Springfield, OH. It has 3,297 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 68% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
Northeastern Local School District (Springfield) Rankings
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Northeastern Local School District (Springfield) Reviews
My experience with the Northeastern Local School District has been nothing short of amazing. I am a sophomore at Kenton Ridge, one of the schools in the district and I've discovered so many positive things about it. The people involved with this district are some of the most charismatic people I have ever met. Whether it's community service or raising money to make our schools better when people volunteer they put their hearts into it. I have always been treated kindly and have never experienced any kind of discrimination or favoritism. Some things that I wish could be improved upon are the classes and clubs offered within my district. To my knowledge, the only classes offered are very basic and could be more directed towards real-life problems. Other than wishing for expansion of topics in classes, my district loves and cares about everything they do and they do it to the best of their ability. This makes the Northeastern Local School District truly like no other.
There were so many teachers at Kenton Ridge that I will always appreciate. The Staff and Administration were always lovely and had the kids in their best interest. However, our facilities were very out dated, but the staff worked hard to still make it a workable environment for the students. Cheering on our athletic teams throughout my four years gave me so many memories that I will always cherish. Ya students always made the best out of every situation thrown at us. I will miss the people I became so close to and the memories made there.
I had a few very good teachers and some who were unhappy and just mildly awful. I learned a lot from the good teachers. Very country school- it was very low-budget and was falling apart. There was a reasonably small amount of kids that went there so a lot of the learning was one-on-one. The downside was that everyone knew everyone's business and usually even how well you were doing in school and extra curricular activities.