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Oak Hill United School Corporation is an above average, public school district located in Converse, IN. It has 1,725 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 45% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
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Oak Hill United School Corporation Reviews
Oak Hill is a student centered facility that bases its foundation on making each child feel welcome and appreciated as individuals. The school corporation is a close nit family of people who strive to mold our children into modest and yet outstanding adults, ready to take on and achieve each unique goal, based on hard work and determination. I am proud to have my child be a part of this fine community of people and would promote this school as the right choice for anyone who wants the greatest opportunity for their child!
Oak Hill is a wonderful school but there are some problems. It is out in the country so there is not much diversity. The food is horrible and the music and arts program could use some help. Other than that there are so many good things about the school, I have not known any other school that supports their athletes like Oak Hill does. The coaches are also teachers so the support and the feeling that you can trust the adults is always there. The academics are always put first and teachers are willing to stay after school to help you figure out one problem. This is what Oak Hill is made of support.
I would like to see Oak Hill become more aware of the needs of the students they are working with. Some of the teachers, particularly the coaches, can be very degrading and judgemental towards their students and athletes. There is always a constant pressure to be the best. Oftentimes the students battle with depression and feel that there is no other way to please those around them. Eventually those students just give up.