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7777 Glenwood Ave
Youngstown, OH 44512

(330) 758-7511
(330) 758-7515
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December 10, 2012
I am a graduate of this school and my classmates all agree that we received a sub-par education and treatment based upon class and status. In order to achieve anything at this school, you need to have a strong social connection and money. For example, teachers and faculty won't even bother to intervene if a special needs child is being discriminated against if you don't have the right connections. AWFUL. (However, this is a marked improvement based upon how Private Schools in the area handle the situation! Shocking.)

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February 07, 2011
An excellent school. Good traditions. Solid foundation. This school has teachers that go the extra mile. I have never encountered a teacher that is just "cashing a paycheck". This school excels at the arts. Also boasts a pretty good sports program. The thing I have noticed about this school is the closeness of the kids. The confidence the staff brings out of the kids is impressive. The details are never overlooked and I don't see kids falling thru the cracks. A great school to send your kids too.

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May 25, 2010
Great School from Elementary on up. Great Teachers who are tough on kids, which is great to see. Some schools have teachers who are just "there". Proud to say my kids go to Boardman!

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October 03, 2009
Tradition, Quality, and Excellence.

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June 19, 2009
The AP and advanced classes are impossible to get in because they are limited (ex. only one class for English Comp.--so only fifteen students are allowed in out of 400+). NHS is a joke since teachers just vote for students; some valedictorians can't even get in! It should be like Canfield where everybody gets in if they meet requirements. The music and art departments are amazing, though. The areas that need to be improved are history (most teachers are horrible) and some math teachers. Most of the students are very apathetic towards academics--most only go to near by state schools and have no positive direction in life. Plus, a lot of kids seem to slipping in from Youngstown and Austintown school systems. Overall, I had an average experience, but I would never send my child there..better schools in the area!

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March 30, 2009
Boardman has very smart student and very well trained staff there disipline is instructive and extra activeties are phnominal, Boardman students about 98% out of 100% gtaduate and there band works very hard as well they are a great school for anyone

- submitted by a student

June 08, 2006
Great school with good arts, academics and athletics. Proud to be a Spartan Alumni.

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November 28, 2004
A very good school system with many extracurricular programs to stir your interests.

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July 31, 2004
I am a graduate of this typical suburban high school. I can say nothing but good things about my experience, except the fact there is not enough attention to the film arts. I know people in Ohio don't tend to sway towards the entertainment industry, but I wish there were more opportunities available. A film class perhaps? If nothing else it will open students' eyes to something they otherwise are unaware about.

- submitted by a student

November 10, 2003
This school has a wonderful music department. The only school to have three amazing orchestras in the Mahoning, Trumbull, and Columbiana counties. The band program is also wonderful, marching and concert bands. The symphonic band has played at Carnegie Hall and was just recently invited back to play there. As a student in both these programs, I highly suggest that anyone who has a child in the music program at another school and is looking to move to another school, I highly suggest Boardman's department.

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Boardman High School
7777 Glenwood Ave, Youngstown, OH  44512
(330) 758-7511
Last modified Boardman High School is a Public school that serves grades 9-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 6 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Boardman High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 22 reviews. Top