Stewart Elementary School
3 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Cincinnati Area
- Princeton City School District, OH
- PK, K-5
Parent: Our son has done Kindergarten and First Grade at this school. He has had wonderful teachers and support staff. He enjoys his time at school. He seems to be excelling in his school work and his teacher works to keep him engaged in learning in many aspects. Communication with parents is lower than I expected but this school year (2106-2017) it has improved.
- 472 Students
- 22:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
St. Xavier High School
- Private School
- Cincinnati, OH
Junior: I’ve had my ups and downs as a junior, but I found my niche here. The administration bothers me because we’ve suffered through 2 suicides, several teacher scandals, and school conflicts and they’re always thrown under the rug to maintain the schools rep. Very shady. Otherwise, the academics are rigorous and you will most likely find your core friendgroup here. Lots of different people to meet and despite being a dominant sports school, this is not a jock school.
- 1,535 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Winton Woods Primary School North
7 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Cincinnati Area
- Winton Woods City School District, OH
- PK, K-2
Parent: All 3 of my children have gone to Primary North and I have loved having my children there. I have a child that is Autistic and they were great with him and understand him and they were always in contact with me if they had concerns. I wish he could have stayed there until he finished school. I still have a child there going into 1st grade and I wish she wouldn't have to leave there after 2nd grade. All the teachers are very loving and caring for all the children even if they are not her their class. So if I could I would give then 10 stars not just 5. Love everyone at Primary North!!!
- 483 Students
- 21:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
School for Creative & Performance Arts High School
9 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Cincinnati Area
- Cincinnati City School District, OH
Senior: I've attended SCPA from grades 4-12. I've never felt out of place because everybody is so accepting! I've found both my arts and academics teachers supportive of my growth, and as a visual arts major, I've had many great opportunities to meet and receive feedback from successful artists. My instructors have provided me advanced professional preparation for college and a career in the arts. One thing I wish could be different is more support for collaboration between majors. I'm friends with many drama majors and we've had discussions about doing performance art together, but did not follow through because it is difficult to find the time and resources to do something like that without a starting platform like our school.
- 1,396 Students
- 18:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Struble Elementary School
10 Most Diverse Public Elementary Schools in Cincinnati Area
- Northwest Local School District (Cincinnati), OH
Parent: I love Struble! My daughter just finished her second year there and it has been excellent. The teachers and staff are so welcoming and helpful and her principals are rock stars! I've never had any issues there and my daughter loves it. They are able to challenge her when needed and if she needs extra help they attend to that as well. They are building a brand new school so K-5 can be together and I can't wait l!
- 416 Students
- 23:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Old Trail School
- Private School
- Akron, OH
- PK, K-8
Parent: Old Trail is such a special and amazing place! Children are highly engaged and taught to ask questions, to think and to figure things out through hands on projects, working in small groups and independent research. Being located in a national park affords so many wonderful opportunities for learning about nature. Old Trail is very committed to sustainability and the children have such rich experiences to learn through edible education aligned with academic curriculum, going on nature hikes, visiting the school's farm and participating in many other school events, such as Frontier Day at Hale Farm. Old Trail is truly a community and we have formed many wonderful friendships with other families, the teachers and administration. Everyone at Old Trail is focused on the children and each child is encouraged and supported to develop in his/her own special way. It is also a very inclusive community and differences are celebrated and welcomed!
- 520 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio