Warren City School District is a public school district located in Warren, OH. It has 4,951 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 35% of students are at least proficient in math and 40% in reading.
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Warren City School District Reviews
I had an amazing experience during my time is the Warren City School District! The opportunities given to me and community support I received were cataliysts to creating a bright future. Being a part of this community was..is one of the greatest gifts I’ve received in my life. We are cheered on by community leaders, parents, educators and peers on a regular basis! When I was inducted into the National Junior honor society in the 6th grade our Mayor and State Representative spoke to us! Thahat the kind of support we receive in Warren. Those same individuals were a part of my academic career throughout middle school, and high school, always cheering us on taking part and investing in not only us but our future selves as well. I know my successes in life are a large part to do with the foundation I was afforded as a member of this great School, and the community that supports it!
Harding is average at best community is nice, there's not a lot of drama , teachers are likeable. Advanced classes are pretty good, but they could push students more. The school could also try to do more for the students. For example we have a beautiful courtyard that none of the students or the teachers are allowed use and it's upsetting because it's just going to waste. Sports are sexist the men get everything, their own field, new uniforms, spirit rallies,and they even perform in more acceptable weather and time conditions than the girls. For example the girls would be forced to play softball at late times such as 6-9pm on a school night in 32-40 degree weather; while snowing. It's unfair and sexist but it's the only time that they can play since they give the earlier times to the boys. The boys sports get more school coverage than girls. The diversity of the school is nice and so is the acceptance of outsiders, as well as versatility of our classes.
In my time in the Warren City School District, my teachers and fellow staff memebers have prepared me so much in the process I am completing right now. At the high school level all of the AP, and College Credit Plus opportunities we have to offer has been and will always be beneficial in the college search and admissions process, this may sound very bias, but we have a lot of college, sports, and extra curricular opportunities. I am so thankful for the Warren City School District and all they have helped me in my time within it.