Indian Hill Middle School
1 Best Public Middle Schools in Cincinnati Area
- Indian Hill Exempted Village School District, OH
Middle School Student: 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.
- 485 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Mason Middle School
3 Best Public Middle Schools in Cincinnati Area
- Mason City School District, OH
Middle School Student: I feel that this is a great school! As a student myself, I find that the education is good and very hands on, and can sometimes (mattering on the teacher) fit a students learning style. The honor role is also great too. Lunches are O.K., but they could improve it in some cases.
- 1,747 Students
- 19:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
St. Xavier High School
- Private School
- Cincinnati, OH
Senior: Growing up, I loved going to St.X football games, and just about everything St.X. My dad went there so he wanted his sons to follow in his footsteps. I remember walking through the doors freshman thinking to myself, this is my new home for the next 4 years. Here I am senior year, and I must say I have enjoyed these past 4 years at St. Xavier. Despite a rigorous academic schedule, and staying up on schoolnights to only finish homework at midnight, I wouldn't do it again, but I could say it was most definitely worth it. Making new friends at first was a challenge, but I eventually fell into a great group of guys and now whiule having my feet in other firend groups. The teachers were very friendly and we had great relationships. I am indeed ready to move on to the next stage of my life, and hope to be even more successful in the future.
- 1,535 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Highlands Middle School
8 Best Public Middle Schools in Cincinnati Area
- Fort Thomas Independent Schools, KY
Senior: Highlands Middle School is a wonderful environment for children to bloom in. The teachers are incredibly kind people, and are extremely driven to see their students succeed. The mentality of the school fosters a determination within each and every student to excel in their work. Not only does Highlands Middle School have incredible educational skills, but it also cultivates students with impeccable character that have a drive to better their community.
- 730 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Lebanon Junior High School
23 Best Public Middle Schools in Cincinnati Area
- Lebanon City School District, OH
Alum: Everything was perfect at the junior high school! All the teachers I got were great!! They taught me things I still use regularly today and I'm very greatful. The band program was also a great part of my junior high experience. I made friends. I bonded, and I learned about music. Overall, a great experience!
- 921 Students
- 21:1 Student-Teacher Ratio