There are some very good teachers who really care about the kids. Unfortunately the powers that be and their political control seems to run parallel with our out of control government. So the next time you see the school sign WBTK - what's best for the kids - know this is only for political gain.
Looking to move out of the district to a more friendly school. Sadly unless you grow up in Bellbrook or live in the new named neighborhood areas your child will not be very welcomed. The school does take care of the wealthly local families first. Despite the high Greatschools rating...parent beware.
Been in Sugarcreek schools for 7 years. Bellbrook has a real sense of community. Teachers will do all they can to help students who are doing all they can. Relatively small school, made up of mostly friendly folks--like any school, it is a matter of finding the right people to build relationships. I think the parents and community are above average in their support of the school. An excellent place for involved parents to provide their kids with a solid education.
I will have 4 children who have graduated or will graduate from Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools. The faculty cares about their students and deliver many curricular opportunities including an effective STEM program. The administration is very active and supports students, faculty and parents in helping students reach their potential. Students are just not a number at BHS.
Great, safe schools- I went to Sugarcreek Local schools 2nd grade to graduation from Bellbrook High School. Looking back I found the teachers to be very helpful and I was motivated to do well. The schools are very safe, and the student population has limited problems such as drug use and excessive partying. At the time you think, how boring? But looking back on it now, I would love to raise my future children in this school system. The teachers and principles are strict on attendance and are very kind. I recommend this school.
Great schools- we moved to the area a couple of years ago and the students were more than welcoming. Over all the staff is very good, the crriculam is a little limted but considering the size of the school it is probably more than we should expect.
We're moving out of Bellbrook because of the schools. The teachers are overpaid and underworked. They continuously dropped the ball with my children. Students who haven't grown up here have a rough time fitting in also. We pay high property taxes but the schools continue to nickle and dime you.
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