Olmsted Falls City School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Olmsted Falls, OH. It has 3,661 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 83% of students are at least proficient in math and 78% in reading.
Olmsted Falls City School District Rankings
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Olmsted Falls City School District Reviews
During my time at Olmsted Falls, I quickly learned unless you show specific disabilities or have a certain skin tone, the teachers will not help you. As a student with dyscalculia and multiple health issues and Black American female, I was constantly feeling overwhelmed at the scolding teachers would give me or how they just would not care that I needed immense help to pass my classes. From an overview point, the school shows well in academics - but only for students with no flaws. I would personally not enroll my child in that school if they had disabilities or were a darker tan.
Overall, Olmsted Falls City School District is a great place to get your education. I was able to take challenging courses that met my needs, and I was provided opportunities to extend my learning through partnerships with community colleges while in high school. Olmsted Falls provides a wide array of extra-curriculars which allowed me to be involved in athletics as well as clubs and honor societies. I received a well rounded education and feel very prepared for college.
I liked how well they interact with students and care about them. I don’t like the food and sometimes they do not always take serious situations too serious which is a hugeness concern. For example, we had a shorting threat at our school and did nothing really. They only brought a cop to the school for “extra security”. That did not make students feel more safe.