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School for Creative & Performance Arts High School
- Cincinnati City School District, OH
- Rating 3.56 out of 5 142 reviews
Senior: I am a visual arts major and I really love the program. The teachers are great! I have worked with Ms. Young and Ms. Sillis, and they have helped me with colleges, portfolios, art projects and have encouraged me to go and apply for competitions that I would originally not have the courage to apply for.
The only thing that is a bit annoying about the school, besides that it is school, is the fact that the office and most of the academic teachers are extremely disorganized. Especially the science teachers, really, when you take their classes I would advice taking photos of your homework because at some point they will lose the assignment and give you a zero.
I love the arts programs, but I love the arts. If you are looking for or are really passionate about the academics, I would definitely not suggest this school. But if you love the arts, then this is a great school, that gives you awesome opportunities.
- 1,336 Students
- 15:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- 49% Free or Reduced Lunch
Princeton High School
- Princeton City School District, OH
- Rating 3.5 out of 5 312 reviews
Junior: I’d say Princeton has adecentamiento academics. I know that compared to other schools ours is pretty easy, even some of the AP classes are too easy for what there meant for so it wouldn’t prepare you enough for the actual test. The teachers and staff vary from good to bad and the students are also alright. If you’re a transfer it might take you some time to fit it but there’s always gonna be someone who’ll talk to you and that’ll probably be your first “friend.” Some of the rules are a joke and are dumb. I’d say we’re a meh school
- 1,572 Students
- 19:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- 59% Free or Reduced Lunch
Norwood High School
- Norwood City School District, OH
- Rating 3.61 out of 5 71 reviews
Junior: Norwood is a really good school. There are a lot of friendly peers and teachers there. What I really like about Norwood is how there isn't a lot of bullying everyone gets along well. One thing that Norwood is working on its diversity. For a really long time, Norwood wasn't but now it is gaining diversity.
- 498 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- 53% Free or Reduced Lunch
Reading Community High School
- Reading Community City School District, OH
- Rating 3.79 out of 5 66 reviews
Senior: My experience at Reading Community High School has been a very pleasant one. Despite being moved to different buildings within my four years of high school at Reading, it was well worth it because our new PreK-12 building is exceeding expectations.
- 392 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
- 41% Free or Reduced Lunch