Students enrolled 268
Hours no info
School leader Mr. Michael A. Chaffee
Transportation options no info
District Windham Exempted Village School District

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9530 Bauer Ave
Windham, OH 44288

(330) 326-3916
(330) 326-2052
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4 stars
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June 25, 2014
This school has amazing teachers who care for their students. I attended this school and was having issues in a few classes and had so much help from the teachers. They went above and beyond to help me understand what I was doing. It is a little school but a good one!!

- submitted by a community member
September 25, 2008
I am a proud Windham High School graduate of the class of 2006. We are a small community and have had our financial woes, but being apart of this community gives you an education that no amount of money could. At Windham, you are not a number, but an individual. Our teachers spend time, usually more than required, to help shape and prepare these individuals to succeed. Everyone cares about one another and we will always stand behind one of our own. When you leave this school district, no matter how far you may go, you are a Bomber for life. Our pride is something no one could ever learn from a textbook. So if you're looking for extracurriculars and 20+ sports programs, I suggest you go elsewhere, but if you want to be somebody, Windham is a great place to be.

- submitted by a community member
no rating March 29, 2008
My children graduated from Windham and I feel very strongly they received a good education. They are performing well in college but beleived they were sheltered in the safety of a small school and close community. Of this, of course, we are grateful. Windham is economically challenged but the basics are taught well without a lot of variety of supplemental course options. The elementary school is fantastic with dedicated and inspiring teachers. We have no regrets about choosing to live in Windham.

- submitted by a parent
February 16, 2008
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- submitted by a student
January 31, 2008
i think Windham is very good. there high school kids are really nice and respectful and kind. alot of them work within the community at the stores and such. very proud of them.

- submitted by a community member
January 02, 2008
I am a graduate of Windham High School, with the class of 2007. I think Windham is an excellent school. The teachers there truly care about their students, not just in but also out of the classroom. As a testament to the education you receive I am currently attending Mt. Union College and have a 3.7 gpa. I also know most of my friends have higher then a 3.0 in their first year. As for the cutbacks, yes they are happening, but it's not just a Windham thing, they are happening all around the state. I believe Windham is handling their cutbacks very well. They may not have the multitude of sports of arts that another school may have, but they offer much more than that. WHS is special because of the close knit community within it, and I wouldn't trade that for anything.

- submitted by a community member
November 14, 2007
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- submitted by a student
December 27, 2006
Windham is a small school with lots of community pride and support. My children attend and I am pleased with the education each child is receiving. My children score very well on state standardized testing which supports my belief Windham offers a strong teaching staff and quality instruction. This school does a lot with the available financial resources to serve a wide variety of students. My children enjoy the advantages of a small school and rural community.

- submitted by a parent
September 23, 2005
The performance academically of this school is disappointing. Although there are some teachers who do perform and care about the performance of their teaching abilities as well as the absorbsion of this education into our children, otheres are overlooked and lack the desire to teach. There are several teachers who ridicule the students and continuously make crude or inappropriate comments to female students. As a parent I do not know how to contend with such challenges without making my child a target to backlash. It's a disappointment that our students do not have adults that put them at the center of their role model focus and their jobs as teachers in our kids lives.

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2005
I'm a junior here at Windham High. I've never really liked this school for many reasons. First of all, the principal, in my opinion, and probably every other student at that school, is not a good one. Don't get on her bad side. I can tell you that. 2ndly, the class cut, and teacher cut. It's so incredibly hard to fill your classes with what you want, because there isn't any. Teachers were cut this year. We're so financially bad. The art and sports aren't very good either! There is the basic sports, and basic art. Nothing exciting ever happens. Dont move here.

- submitted by a student
April 28, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
January 21, 2005
I am a 1981 graduate of Windham I went To Hiram College and I have a job I love. All four of my children have attended this school. Two have graduated., 1 is attending college with a 3.8 grade average. My two youngest are still attending and they are getting a good education. I get reports from all of their teachers and am kept up to date on all material. Yes we have had cut backs but so have alot of school. Overall I am very pleased with this school system.

- submitted by a parent
January 07, 2005
I am a sophomore here at Windham and from first hand experience I can tell you that students aren't getting all of the benefits most other students at other schools are getting. The extracurricular activities go down every year, there aren't many classes. The principal is not involved in the students...meaning you don't really see her that much unless someone is getting in trouble. Usually for an obscene reason. The number of teachers narrows down every year also. Most kids here do NOT like the school and would rather be somewhere else, but due to the location that they live in they can not leave. My best recommendation for anyone considering moving here is DON'T...this school does not offer nearly as much as your child/relative/friend should be offered. You will not get educational results you want!

- submitted by a student
September 29, 2004
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- submitted by a former student
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Windham High School
9530 Bauer Ave, Windham, OH  44288
(330) 326-3916
Last modified Windham High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 2 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Windham High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 14 reviews.