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Streetsboro City School District is a public school district located in Streetsboro, OH. It has 2,169 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 62% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
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Streetsboro City School District Reviews
Now as a senior at Streetsboro High, I can tell you I was able to get one of the most comprehensive educations that I can imagine possible. Maybe we do not have reputations as a district like Hudson or Aurora, but what we do have is a culture of success and diversity. In every step of my 4 year career (2015-2019),I feel the faculty and administration have helped the student body fulfill their desires of making Streetsboro a destination school district. And in my personal experience I can tell you every staff member I ever encountered legitimately cared about my success in the classroom, and my life outside of it. With tremendous programs like THRIVE, TV Production, and our very own radio station, this district has everything a student should be looking for. I wouldn't trade my experience at Streetsboro for anything.
I think Streetsboro High School poorly prepares college bound students in Math and English. I have taken a few college writing classes as a dual enrollment. I felt ill-prepared for them. I did not know many writing terms such as diction and syntax. In math, I did not understand anything that we were taught. One teacher did not seem to know what she was teaching, which affected my learning and grade point average.
The Streetsboro City School District itself is a very homely place and everyone, from my past high school experiences, has been almost like family. Being that there is just under 200 students in the class, everyone knows everyone. However in the progressing years I fear that the grades will drift apart. Since the graduation of the class of 2017, there has been a shift in the overall atmosphere of the building. The freshman class is decent in certain ways , but at the same time they're mildly rude. It saddens me to say that I am very much looking forward to the end of my high school career because of it. I hope that they will mature over time and become sensible adults. Not all individuals/generations acquire such maturity. We do have spirit, that I can guarantee. When it comes to being supportive of sporting events or simply having enthusiasm at pep rallies, we have the pride in our school and what it stands for.