Washington Local School District is an above average, public school district located in Toledo, OH. It has 7,096 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 18 to 1. According to state test scores, 61% of students are at least proficient in math and 58% in reading.
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Washington Local School District Reviews
Very great opportunities for success, amazing sports programs, many different clubs to participate and be involved in, students are friendly to one another, teachers show interest and care in their students and their success.
My favorite things I like about Washington Local Schools are how diverse our school is, how many different types of sports they offer, and how safe I feel while I am there. I have attended Washington local schools since I was in kindergarten. My mom works in the district and really enjoys it too. I do feel challenged in my classes and I am also very proud that I ranked in the top 10% of my senior class. Our school has awesome school spirit. Attending sporting events as well as community events is something I love to do. Volunteering and working in my community and with younger kids is what I really enjoy doing the most. Our district is clean and not intimidating at all. The last thing that I really like about my school is how hard are teachers worked. How are teachers go out of their way to help us in any way to be successful. I'm very thankful I was able to attend Washington local schools.
I grew up in the washington local school district. They work hard on keeping students safe and have a fun experience. They are always trying to keep the community toegether. The teachers work hard when it comes to class work and keeoing students on track. As a student-athlete, I had a pretty decent experience. However, I think the high school, Whitmer, has some work to do when it comes to sports, and the equallity of treatment between teachers and students. Some of their sport coaches have favorites it seems and focus on certain members of the team. Also, if a student is an athlete, there is a likely chance of leniency for punshments or turning in late work. In a socialogical point of view, sports at Whitmer are dominate culture, especially football, cheer, even basketball. Non-athletes and clubs like art or anime would probably be considered a marginalized group; not seen as major or get much recognition.