Northmont City School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Englewood, OH. It has 5,011 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 72% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
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Northmont City School District Reviews
Northmont school district has ranked the top of their education. They prepare the students for college as well as offering college course level even while attending high school. So when they graduate, they are ahead of the game. We recently had a new high school built with the top technology, top sports facilities and training room, weight room. Every student is up to date on technology with their own individual iPads learning with them on a daily basis. I am a proud, parent, alumni, and current employee at Northmont city schools. Great community and lots to offer for the students, families, and community. Excellent resources to help guide you to your future after high school.
My overall experience with Northmont City Schools has been positive. The number of AP classes available at the high school level is very impressive, and competitive with other schools in the area. Generally, most teachers seem to be very willing to help students wherever necessary and the overall environment leads to a positive learning environment. The new high school facility is absolutely incredible, one of the best in the area. Administration wants to work with students and cares about students as individuals. The high school offers many clubs and organizations, trying to provide a place for everyone to feel like they belong.
It's been alright going here, I do have a few things that I wish they'd do. Firstly, they're a huge school and the don't recycle, which is a problem. Secondly, I feel like their efforts are in the wrong things. The high school tries very hard to ensure the success of their highest students, but they don't seem to consider their more average ones. I hope to see that change one day.