Northridge Local School District (Dayton) is a public school district located in Dayton, OH. It has 1,603 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 41% of students are at least proficient in math and 40% in reading.
Elementary Schools in Northridge Local School District (Dayton)
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- B-53 Students
- C+32 Students
- A+28 Students
- A-24 Students
- B23 Students
- A23 Students
- A-22 Students
- A14 Students
- B12 Students
- B+12 Students
Northridge Local School District (Dayton) Reviews
While the school itself isn't the greatest, the staff and the community are what make this school great! Everyone wants to see the best in students, and most teachers will bend over backwards to help their students.
As a graduate of a Dayton Public School who now has a child at Northridge, I can say that Northridge offers a number of classes and programs that were not and are not offered in the Dayton Public School system. I have noticed that my son has had teachers who ignore racial issues that the students suffer from at the hands of other students and the lunches are minimal (my sister, who also has children at Northridge, has taken our children food after receiving text complaining about how small their servings were). I do have a problem with the fact that the students are not provided books but are given copies of things that the teacher wants them to read and questions to answer.
Northridge is a disadvantaged school, and that is most of the problem. Most of the kids in the school are not willing to learn, so the teachers don't teach to the best of their ability. Thankfully, I have the opportunity to go to sinclair community college on the college credit plus program. This program really saved me and I love that Northridge also offers college credit classes at the school to give the kids that want to learn a chance to take higher level classes.