Loveland City Schools among top 10% of Ohio Schools
Loveland City School District is proud to be recognized with an “A” rating in the 2021-2022 Niche Report. The district was among the top 10% of schools in the state of Ohio, according to the nationwide survey.
Here are a few of the highlights:
Overall, Loveland City School District was ranked 49 out of 608 districts in Ohio
Loveland City School District teachers were ranked 47 out of 608 districts in Ohio
Loveland High School was ranked 48 out of 816 Public High Schools in Ohio
“We’re proud to be recognized for the quality education, and fantastic staff we have here in Loveland. While this is only one metric, every bit of feedback we get helps reinforce that we are on the right track in the district,” said Mike Broadwater, Loveland City Schools Superintendent.
What are the Niche rankings? According to their website, Niche has more than 2 million school reviews from real students, parents, and teachers. In a news release announcing the latest report Niche said:
While traditional rankings rely almost exclusively on metrics like test scores and academic performance, Niche’s rankings provide a more personal view of a school. They combine user input — ratings from current students, alumni, and parents — with quantitative data from sources like the U.S. Department of Education to evaluate teachers, resources and facilities, extracurricular activity opportunities, and more.
“Like any parent, we’re happy when we see “A’s” on report cards, and this report is no different. Thank you to anyone who provided feedback on their experience with Loveland City Schools, and if there’s ever a reason you wouldn’t give us an “A” - let me know,” Broadwater said.