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Quality Profile

Centerville City Schools embraces a tradition of excellence that dates back to the early 1800s when formal schooling took place in a one-room log cabin.

The Centerville-Washington Township community has a long history of demanding quality public schools, with an emphasis on the importance of student accomplishments in academics, athletics, and fine arts, stressing the value of a well-rounded education.

The district has developed a Quality Profile that provides a more detailed look at what our community, staff, and students value most in our schools. While State Report Cards tell part of the story, there are many other important components that make up a comprehensive, high quality educational experience for students in Centerville City Schools.

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2022-23 Quality Profile Highlights

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Centerville Schools earned an overall rating of 5 stars on the 2022-23 Ohio School Report Card -- the highest possible mark school districts can receive.

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A group of teachers, students, parents, administrators, and community members collaborated to develop the Portrait of an Elk, highlighting 5 important skills all students should develop during their time in Centerville Schools.

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Over half of Ohio’s State Tests taken by our students resulted in Accomplished, Advanced, or Advanced Plus scores.

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74% of teachers hold at least a master’s degree, and nearly 70% have more than 10 years of experience.

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Centerville High School continued to offer a rigorous curriculum to prepare students for college and careers. U.S. News and World Report ranked CHS in the top 7% of public high schools in Ohio and the top 10% in the nation.

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The girls golf team, girls tennis doubles team of Caroline Hinshaw and Clara Owen, para swimmer Carson Bruner, and discus athlete Cameron Gay were all state champions.

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Centerville Schools were honored for the fourth time with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for outstanding commitment to music education.

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8,239 students in grades PreK-12 enrolled in Centerville Schools, a 1.3% increase over the previous school year.

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The Elks Express mobile learning station participated in more than 25 events to connect with families in their neighborhoods.

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In partnership with Centerville Safe, the district offered 5 safety related presentations for the community, focusing on response to active threats, social media safety, and mental health.

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All 8 K-5 buildings were all named Schools of Excellence in Prevention by the Montgomery County Educational Service Center, which means they are planning for and implementing prevention programs and strategies that support student mental wellness.

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1,452,354 meals were provided to students during the 2022-23 school year, which is a 20% increase from prepandemic numbers. 23% of students receive free or reduced meal prices.

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The district received more than $850,000 in grant funding to implement safety and security initiatives, including a visitor management system and access controls.

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182 parents and 61 community members served as Academic Volunteers, logging 7,326 service hours and supporting 4,650 students.

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Centerville Schools received the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA). This is the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting.

Past Quality Profiles

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