Piqua City School District is a public school district located in Piqua, OH. It has 3,242 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 58% of students are at least proficient in math and 58% in reading.
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Piqua City School District Reviews
Some Teachers are amazing and others are just horrible! The guidance counselors have not been much help to me as I feel I am not prepared for my senior year. My Mom is a widow and disabled and doesn't have much money so I will need all of the financial help I can find. I am taking so college classes to get a head start which is awesome that they offer that to us. I know this year is going to go fast and I wish the school helped us with this important year and doing the things to help students like me. the school is a good school overall, I think we are behind some of the smaller schools but we have a great football program. I feel like most of our resources and funding go into that instead of some of the other sports.
The Piqua City School District has seen me through my K-12 education, and I have grown up under it's loving care. From day one teachers have guided me on my path toward college readiness. Piqua's administrative officers work to keep the school safe and running smoothly at all times. Unfortunately, they can't fix every issue. Piqua's location is in a very non-divers area, only a small part of the student body is from a minority. I hope this problem changes in the future because I believe having diversity in a school is an extremely important part of shaping students into successful adults. The culture of Piqua schools is surprisingly negative. There is an attitude in the halls, we are lesser than our competition. That being a small town, we are inferior. However, in my time at Piqua, we have done so much to be proud of. I wouldn't trade my time at Piqua for anything. I'm grateful to have spent my childhood here and truly feel ready for college after graduation because of PCS.
Piqua City School District all together is not a bad district. From personal experience, they try and help with whatever possible. The classes are challenging enough, and when senior year comes the guidance they provide is unreal. In Piqua High School, they are adding many extracurriculars with is amazing as well. 4/5 for sure!