Trotwood-Madison City School District is a public school district located in Trotwood, OH. It has 2,581 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 20% of students are at least proficient in math and 27% in reading.
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Trotwood-Madison City School District Reviews
My experience at Trotwood was no to bad. I liked that I went to a school that was successful in sports. I also just enjoyed school period, yes it was things I didn’t like but it was an overall good experience. I had teachers who cared about me and pushed for me to do better. I had coaches that was to help me push to another level. My Principles provided many events and sources to help us have a successful graduation rate and kids able to go to college. We had lots of support from are community tgat came and supported us in sports, education, shows and more. Teachers provided us connections to get in the work force if we weren’t attending college. My school might not have been the best school to everyone else but to me it was just fine.
My experience at Trotwood was great. I think that it’s a great district for students to attend. What I liked about Trotwood was that, not only was school school involved with the community, but the community was involved with the schools. I also enjoyed the falculty and staff that worked in the district. Now, on the other hand, I disliked how bad our overall test scores were. Something needs to change about how kids in Trotwood are getting the information thy need to pass more test.
Going to Trotwood has been a good experience for me. Academically, being in honors classes has challenged me, especially in English class. I am a student athlete and our sports are pretty good. It tends to be a challenge balancing between the two but my grades have always been my top priority. One thing I would suggest is to have more parent involvement to help improve our schools.