$1,235 - $2,183
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Vermilion High School Overview1250 Sanford St, Vermilion, OH 44089 , Tel: +1 (440) 204-1701 Vermilion Local School District
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Type: Public High School
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Vermilion High School Ratings & Reviews
Im attending the high school as of now and I can really say that it is a very very mediocre experience. There is "clicks" and people are mean to each other people but bullying isn't much of a problem. The athletic program isn't great although, some sports do fairly well but coaching is all about favorites. You have to be very well known or some would say "popular" to be played a ton or even make the team. We definitely have a favorites problem with our sports program. It seems like you have to have a big family that everyone knows. If you were to ask anyone who the major families were in Vermilion they could name off them all. The education program is okay, the school cares about their students, some a little more than others but they do care. Teachers are great here but there is a select group of teachers who just don't know how to teach and expect their students to know how to do things they never taught them. Principle is okay. Since Mr. Lamb left the school defiantly went down hill. I mean why would you take away junior sign out? It just doesn't make sense. Counselors are not very good, theres two of them who just have no clue. School lunch is absolutely disgusting. Definitely need an upgrade on food portions. Growing teenagers need more then just a snack for lunch. Over all education is fine everything else needs some help.
I love this school almost as much as my high school boys. This school has made them both very responsible, but boy-o-boy do they stink! Pe-yew!
I have a total of 5 children who have and/or are attending. I do agree with some of the points that others have listed. The sports being one of them. Yes, Vermilion is a small town but they do have some talented children that just can't be scouted out because of the lack of coaching ability. The football coach makes the same plays every damn time. I would think that after losing so many years in a row maybe they might want to mix it up and maybe throw the ball to more than your favorite seniors on the team. The new elementary school I will admit is impressive however when you take a look at the city as a whole it just doesn't fit. We have an outdated super inflated grocery store chain, an outdated child care center, and an outdated bowling alley. There is nothing for the kids to do. They could have put money into one of the other buildings to make them up to par. The computers are a complete distraction and even though they are nice the kids are allowed to visit way too many websites.
There is no recruiting for sports because the coaches are just ridiculous and stick with favorites, but what are they going to do when those favorites graduate? Oh yeah, complain. Because that's what they always do. Compare and complain.
This school has no strong academic programs at all, inflated lunch prices, what else is there?
Vermilion City, OH Education Statistics
- No High School2%
- Some High School40%
- Some College27%
- Associate Degree10%
- Bachelor Degree13%
- Graduate Degree9%
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