My child attends this school and has received an excellent education a strong sense of community and a love of learning. I credit the outstanding teaching staff the presence and strength of auxillary programs such as art music Spanish and technology. As a resident of Bexley we are proud of our school system and all it provides.
Cassingham Elementary School is a public middle school in Bexley. The principal of Cassingham Elementary School is Helen J. Hetzler, who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 369 children attend Cassingham Elementary School and are mostly White, non-Hispanic; Multiracial; and Asian. 3% of the 369 students here have subsidized lunches. The student to teacher ratio at Cassingham Elementary School is 17:1. Bexley Middle School is one of the nearest middle schools.
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Overall an exceptional elementary school with outstanding committed teachers. Unfortunately the principal is detested by the community due to her lack of responsiveness to parents.
I think the above reviewer has it all wrong. Bexley is a separate city from Columbus like any city students have to be residents. The residency rules are no different than any other city. As for diversity the school system is more diverse than people think.
This school is not accepting minority children as they should. Bexley is a small community within the city of Columbus they're so self-centered they do not want Columbus children to be transported into their schools feeling that it would bring the reputation of the school down. Yet they seek assistance (some funding) from the city of Columbus to improve their school. My tax money! This school or any of their middle and high schools have very low enrollment of minorities. I rate this and all of Bexley's schools 1/2 star or no star if I could!
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