I started going to Little Miami since I was in 7th grade and I am now in 9th and compared to my old school this school is a gift from god. I went to a school with Very Very low standerds so when I came here I was behind but my teachers helped me out and I passed its strange how well a teacher can help because at my old school I never did get help and I love this school with all my heart. ~*Greatful Freshman*~
Little Miami High School is a public high school. The principal of Little Miami High School is Catherine Trevathan and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 1,100 children attend Little Miami High School and identify as White, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Multiracial. 14% of the 1,100 students here are classified as "economically disadvantaged", and 20% are paying reduced lunch prices. The student to teacher ratio at Little Miami High School is 22:1. Kings High School is one of the nearest high schools.
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My child has been in Little Miami for 12 years. He attended Maineville Elementary a wonderful school. He was identified for the gifted program in 3rd grade and participated in their excellent program through 8th grade. He enjoyed the very fine band program beginning in 5th grade through high school and had two talented directors. The high school offers diverse academic and extracurricular activities. My son enjoyed golf marching jazz & concert band academic team and more. The school is currently experiencing problems with the most recent levy but they are working to address this issue. As an example of how much the students care for the school my son and a group of seniors formed a student committee to address the issue of school funding at the state level and are working diligently to help address the problem. I highly recommend Little Miami High School & the district.
Both of my sons went to Little Miami and I find its strength to be in the teaching staff. Two or three teachers in particular encouraged my boys and never let them give a second rate effort. It was comforting to know how much they cared. The new high school building is nice but we need to upgrade the elementary schools! The kids deserve no less than the best! Go Panthers!