Worthington City School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Worthington, OH. It has 10,081 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 78% of students are at least proficient in math and 75% in reading.
Worthington City School District Rankings
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Worthington City School District Reviews
Worthington Schools has been an amazing experience! All of the teachers are helpful and extremely committed to their jobs as educators. While the food is a little lacking, the people at the school more than make up for the poor performance in nutrition. There is great school spirit and everyone in the school is extremely friendly. The community is also nice, as the town of Worthington itself offers a lot to its residents. I look back on my time at Worthington in a positive light.
Worthington is a good school district. Throughout the years the teachers have gotten better, but the people who attend the schools are bringing in some crime and fighting from Columbus City Schools and the district doesn’t handle it super great. Other than that I would recommend sending your child to Kilbourne if they want a quiet safe environment and will fit in with “cliques”. Although I never did and I was fine ;) Thomas Worthington if you’re looking for diversity and a bigger school with more opportunities and a larger sense of community. Both are good and both with great teachers, food, opportunities and equality. Would recommend to any family moving to Worthington.
Teachers always cared about me and my progress, after 7th grade. Although, my sister was diagnosed with illness and missed a lot of school due to being in ICU for 48 hours then learning to adapt to her new way of life. She is in middle school and the trained "Nurse" made my sister over insulate herself causing her to crash. My sister tried to explain to the nurse she was not supposed to insulate yet as she had an hour prior. The nurse refused to let my sister call our mother. Her Spanish teacher told her that she was to teach herself Spanish if she missed any more school. The school would not give her makeup work from her weeks missed.