Reynoldsburg City School District is an above average, public school district located in Reynoldsburg, OH. It has 7,045 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 24 to 1. According to state test scores, 57% of students are at least proficient in math and 63% in reading.
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Reynoldsburg City School District Reviews
In Reynoldsburg City Schools, I like that there are a lot of different choices for academic classes, so students never need to feel stuck with their schedule. There are a lot of options for classes like electives, different levels of mathematics, different sciences, etc. However, I feel like the discipline could be improved because during my experience here, I choose to be very respectful to every teacher and staff member, but a lot of students do not choose this. They never listen to teachers, are disruptive in class, and often get absolutely no punishment for their actions.
There has been so many changes throughout Reynoldsburg city schools being a student here for the last 10 years (started in 2nd grade). For the most part all of the staff has been extremely nice and the teachers have been there to help if you need them. However, there are so many tests, so many different requirements to graduate or pass a class each year. It’s honesty quite exhausting to keep up with everything, so it’s great to be good with Time Management. On the bright side, the wide variety of classes available is something i’m Grateful for, there’s so many opportunities regardless of where you want to go after graduation, and the classes you take help prepare you for adult world. I only have a little time left as a student in Reynoldsburg city schools and I’m looking forward to see what changes are coming my way.
In the years i've been in Reynoldsburg, I have had a pretty good experience. Reynoldsburg is full of staff members that are fully willing to help. Their are also members who aren't willing to help. We lack many skills to help students progress and become prepared for college. We don't have classes for college readiness, to actually prepare juniors for whats to come. We don't have stable staff in the last 4 years we've had 4 different principals. We could work on becoming more involved in students lives and coming together as a district