Sycamore Community School District is a top rated, public school district located in Blue Ash, OH. It has 5,366 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 16 to 1. According to state test scores, 85% of students are at least proficient in math and 84% in reading.
Elementary Schools in Sycamore Community School District
Middle Schools in Sycamore Community School District
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Sycamore Community School District Reviews
I've been in Sycamore schools from Kindergarten to Senior year. It has pushed me to take classes I never thought I would that resulted in finding new passions and so many friendships. High school is especially tough but I feel like it has prepared me very well for college in the workload/level of rigor. However I would love to see more classes that match up/help prep you for some college majors. For example, I plan to major in Pre-vet medicine so if there was an elective I could've taken that focuses on animal anatomy/care I think it would be extremely beneficial. But overall, I will miss Sycamore schools very much once I graduate.
Sycamore School District is a nice and friendly place to go to school in. Sycamore's teachers work with the students on a level, unlike most other school districts. The course material can be challenging for your child, or it can be not that difficult. There is a very wide range of classes at all schools and extracurriculars your student can be involved with. The High School has a great GSTA program for LGBTQ students. Sycamore School District is a very nice place to live, and a very nice place to be enrolled in.
I enjoyed the teachers as well as the incorporation of technology in classes (such as taking notes, kahoot, etc). It was a good environment to learn in. However the administrative staff rarely gave freedom to the students. It seemed like they spent money on things that weren't very useful to the students (repainting the ceilings, putting acrylic wood around the cafeteria, painting the walls) instead of replacing molded ceiling tiles or new textbooks.