Wilmington City School District is a public school district located in Wilmington, OH. It has 2,902 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 20 to 1. According to state test scores, 62% of students are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading.
Wilmington City School District Rankings
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Wilmington City School District Reviews
Being a student at Wilmington High school is a privilege. The learning atmosphere is perfect with teachers giving students one on one help when needed and making learning fun! Teachers interact with each and every student, making sure they are receiving the best education possible. The lesson plans usually consist of hands-on learning or group activities which gives students the chance to become a successful student to farther pursue their life and education. Wilmington has a district wide no bulling policy which keeps students safe and focused on schooling. The administration are very helpful to students and make sure Wilmington is the best school for one's children!
Wilmington High School is an amazing school full of students who want to learn. The principal, Mrs. Walker, encourages everyone to stay positive and never give up when we have all come so far. The leadership this school holds should serve as a role model for surrounding schools. They are always holding some sort of service project and participating in local fund raisers or volunteering. The students are all willing to help and show that their school has the best students ever.
Great place in a small town environment. The educational is a little behind everywhere (mostly due to limited funding in a rural are). However, recent improvements allow a selection of AP, College Credit Plus, and STEM courses to be added into the curriculum. I speak from experience being a 2017 graduate. I am now an engineering student at the University of Cincinnati.