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Reading Community City School District is an above average, public school district located in Reading, OH. It has 1,550 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 66% of students are at least proficient in math and 66% in reading.
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Reading Community City School District Reviews
I enjoy going to Reading High School. It’s a small town, so everybody knows everybody. There isn’t one person you don’t know. I’ve watched my peers grow up beside me. Unfortunately, there are some flaws to our beloved school. We are such a small community, we only truly support football and men’s basketball. No other sports get the attention they deserve. Besides the point, I’m very grateful that our building has been rebuilt and we were given the latest technology to help in our everyday learning. I couldn’t be more thankful to be apart of such a wonderful community.
My time at Reading has shaped the person I became. My class and I were the only grade to go to all the buildings. We went to the original high school, the high school on Vine, and the brand new Reading Community School. The old schools both had their own sets of challenges, yet when we set foot in the new school we knew that it was the future and worth the wait. The diversity is low, the population is mainly white middle to lower class citizens. The teachers were fantastic and made sure the students really understood the material. There are a variety of classes and clubs and the arts are taken very seriously. Some sports were better than others. The football had a poor season, the softball team has been good since I've gone to high school.
Reading is a small community suburb outside of Cincinnati. There’s a saying that goes around that says “Those who go to Reading, never leave.” There are generations of families that attend Reading Schools. The community is diverse and close knit. Our community has faced hardship as has others. Everyone is selfless, always willing to help and prideful. Once a Blue Devil, always a Blue Devil.