South Point Local School District is a public school district located in South Point, OH. It has 1,541 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 60% of students are at least proficient in math and 55% in reading.
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South Point Local School District Reviews
I do not know if I can say I like a lot about South Point. One thing I would like to change about my school is the spirit and happiness that we lack in our students. My school has came to a point where the days are dull and students come to school more as a job. Then to come to school to have fun learning and socializing. I feel like the technology in our generation keeps us from socializing with each other. Causing students to be out of place or unconformable being them self. Students come to school with their head down and ready to go home and stuff their faces in their technology. I think if the happiness and socialization in school would change then it would also help stop bulling. Bulling comes from abused, mad, angry, mean, and broken children. If schools would make their students feel more welcomed and loved, then there could be a change.
During my time in South Point Local Schools, I enjoyed the enthusiasm and school spirit, as well as the camaraderie between the community. I enjoyed the teachers, and felt all were successful in helping me learn. Most of all, I loved the band program. Without it, I would be on an unstable path in life, and would have no direction. If there would be anything I could change, it would be the administration, to help void the school system of corruption and politics, and focus on the future of our students.
I have only been living in South Point for the past three years but overall my experience has been great. Last year the high school had received a new principal and he has really changed this school for the better. When I moved here in my 7th-grade year my mother had passed away. They had treated me very well and provided me with extra help to get caught up. They had also provided me with emotional support if needed.