Goshen High School Reviews
Rating 3.89 out of 5 129 reviews
Goshen is a tight-knit community-oriented school with inventive and unique ways of building students up and preparing for their potential careers. Their shift towards mental health promotion district-wide is a plus that I was incredibly happy to hear. However, they don't do much for report of bullying amongst students.
Well, it's a high school. Nothing grand or extraordinary, likely not the best years of your life. But it is a good school in general terms, they maintain good academics and provide the opportunity for a wide variety of AP and Advanced options, which is more than many schools in the area can say. A pretty broad range of interest-fulfilling activities as well, from weird photo kids, to the sports gurus.
Most of the teachers were great and very helpful. The school itself is starting to be too small for the amount of students however. The school is also not very clean. I think I got a good education there. Most other students were lazy and unmotivated, and did not care about their education. In the township of Goshen, Ohio, many people are poor, addicted to drugs, and only have a diploma and no trade experience. I think the school is helping to change that, but they are not doing enough. As a student, many of my friends were very poor. Many of them had at least one family member addicted to drugs and some had absent mothers or fathers. I think GHS could do better with community outreach and helping those who do not have good role models as school is all these kids have. Overall, a decent school, but could be so much more.
The Goshen local school district is an exceptional district! With an amazing community surrounding, Goshen schools succeeds yearly. Every teacher in the school district puts in a full effort to help Goshen be the best it can possibly be. Goshen high school is not like an average high school: it is a welcoming place for all to learn and enjoy their high school years. I have absolutely no complaints with Goshen schools, as they have given me multitudes of opportunities and pushed every Goshen student to grow and work hard in life. This district is not just four schools; it is a community and a family.
Goshen High School was a excellent school for me. I enjoyed every moment there and honestly now I'm beginning to miss it. The teachers were actually teachers and tried to make my experience enjoyable. The only problem with the school is how diverse it is, people are the same but with time that will get better.
Goshen High School really shaped me into who I am today. The teachers were wonderful and so was our recent principal Mrs. Walker. Although we’re a small town school, those small town vibes were homey and comforting. I wouldn’t have wished to go anywhere else because of the family I was gracefully given. I couldn’t be more grateful and proud to be apart of the Goshen Alumni now.
Throughout all 4 years, I attended Goshen High School, I always had the option to structure my schedule around my interests and make it fit my educational needs. Beyond that, You are given a "homeroom" which you remain with every year allowing you to form a close connection with that teacher and other students there.
Goshen High School is more than you expect it to be. Small town, but big heart. Not only do the teachers push students during school, but they come out to support students at athletic events to really show us they care. The principle, Mrs. Walker, involves everyone and reaches out to students daily to make sure we are all okay, physically and mentally. While we don't have as many opportunities for classes as some other bigger schools, but classes we have are more than well put together.
I attend Goshen High School and out of all the schools around here I think it is the best.At Goshen we excel at almost everything.Our sports are great, the teachers and office administrators are excellent and overall just a great place to be.Goshen is so welcoming and it just becomes a second home when you are there.
Goshen High School provides all students with excellent learning experience. The teachers and staff members within the school district are compassionate about the students learning and above all want the students to succeed. Goshen High Schools provides numerous resources for students to learn and adapt into a more well-rounded adults. Goshen High School has pushed me to do my best and sculpted me into the intelligent person I'm still becoming.
Very good people who work there, along with a well developed environment for kids to receive an education in.
Overall Goshen High School (located in Goshen, Ohio) is pretty good. It's a smaller than average school, only about 200 people per class. Low in diversity. The teachers are very friendly and helpful. There are some fights but administration is really trying to crack down on them.
I like how most of the teachers are there to see their students grow and succeed, and as someone who loves the music program, I love what the music teacher is doing, both the choir and instrumental teachers. The school board really does seem to try and implement as much as they can to get their students ready for college.
Entering in my fourth year at Goshen High School this year, so far my school has enabled me many opportunities to earn high school and college credit during my 8th grade year at Goshen Middle School and my freshman year at the high school. In 8th grade, I took Honors Physical Science, Honors Integrated Math I, and Health for high school credit. Moving on into my freshman year, I was challenged to tackle the beast that is APUSH (Advanced Placement United States History). Thankfully with the help of my terrific teacher Mrs. Gatio, I passed the class with an A and earned a 3 from the college board. After freshman year, I was opened to the world of AP and challenged myself every year since then. With success and failure, I am learning and growing into the person I am at this very moment, and hopefully greater in the near future.
Goshen High School has a very accepting atmosphere for many individuals who may be outside of the norm. Students of different orientations, interests, and backgrounds all seem to work well together and find common ground to work from here. The teachers are helpful in every way they can be and go the extra mile to ensure that their students are successful in high school and beyond graduation. Opportunities span a large number of paths here with AP classes in several subjects, Dual-Credit courses to ensure students can obtain free college courses, credit, and class experience before college life, and internships so students can easily explore fields to find their best option for a career. There is support for the arts, sports, and even social groups such as our Students Supporting Students group who reach out to minorities and underclassmen to make them feel welcomed and at home in our community.
Goshen has some outstanding teachers. A select few are willing to make time to tutor and help out their students. My AP Calculus teacher will meet us at Panera on weekends for a big test coming up soon, and she just goes above and beyond. Some aspects of Goshen, however, aren't that great. The attendance office has gotten my brother and I mixed up and has counted me absent when it was really him. The ladies who work in the office are often extremely rude.
Goshen High School is a small, friendly, competitive community. We all know each other and we all compete to be the best whether it’s in academics or sports. We are very passionate about our sports teams and very supportive. We all love each other and want the best for each other. One thing I would change is that Goshen High School does need to recognize and be more rewarding towards the students that have accomplished so much academically.