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Euclid Central Middle School2
Posted July 13, 2011
- a community member
Euclid city schools seemed to go down hill each year. There may be some honors classes, but the negatives outweigh the positives here. Constant disrespect, not alot of hard working students anymore, and less & less diversity within Euclid's schools. Many students are leaving the Cleveland schools, coming to many of the suburbs on the East side, including Euclid & cheating its name as a good school. All in all, Im getting my kids out of Euclid schools & into Strongsville.
This school is horrible! Although there is GREAT educational programs such as gifted classes, there are way TOO many fights here. It's like a hoodlum factory. I hate it here! I can't wait to get out of this school for 7th grade!!!
I have to agree that this district needs to spend a little more time keeping up with the teachers and less time discouraging the kids. This school system and particularly this school has planted a negative impact on my daughter regarding the student/teacher relationship.
Central middle school is a very strick school but needs to be they do have honnors classes for lots of students but the akademic lerning prosses is kinda slow I'm in the 7th grade and I go to central middle school
My children have excelled at Central with caring teachers. Yes, discipline is strict, but it needs to be. Some students come from families who do not support education, and consequently these students don't care and disrupt classes if they can. For the student who tries hard and participates in activities, this school is GREAT! However, there are now TWO middle schools in Euclid. This site is out of date. In reducing the number of students at Central, that has helped with discipline and academics.
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