Indian Hill Middle School
- CINCINNATI, OH
Indian Hill Middle School Reviews
Rating 3.75 out of 5 4 reviews
Teachers who care, are knowledgeable and are able to walk the line between state standards and providing interesting, relevant content. Students have been given the opportunity to form their own clubs and choices in some areas of their academic growth. Great fine arts programs that are very inclusive.
The school doesn’t care about basic problems that occur and refused to go towards faults such as going to school in the same building that was used when my parents when the school while trying to fund millions of dollars for a field house next to the softball field. Teachers are great (Mr. Bell, Mrs. Dean, Mrs. Cook, Mr. Keith for example) but otherwise, administration seemed to change completely every year and the school tries to appear like a special place while really being worse than other options.
Indian Hill Middle School or IHMS as people call it is a great middle school that provides a great experience for everyone. All the teachers are great and have left a lasting impact on me after a few years. Also, the building is very nice and is constantly decorated and cleaned. The people are for the most part friendly and it is easy to find friends. The classes are also very good and the staff members have been very accommodating (as a triple accelarated student). The sports are good and can be a good way to stay in shape and there are always people involved. The food is better than what you would expect from the middle school and I now prefer to buy over pack lunch. The only real problems were the administration issues over the summer and diversity. As Indian Hill is a high income area, expect to see some spoiled and rich kids as well as well as some names you may hear in ads. Otherwise, I would strongly suggest going to IHMS over CCDS or any other private school.
My time at Indian Hill Middle School was rather uneventful and boring. The teachers cared about their students, but the lesson plans were dull and weren't a challenge to some of the advanced students like me. Sports and clubs were fine and the overall atmosphere was a bit judgemental (not from staff) but still friendly in some regards.