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District Profile

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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.

About the Quality Profile

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 test scores tell part of the story, there are many other important components that make up a high quality educational experience for our students.

Download 2017-18 Quality Profile

Quality Profile Highlights

  • We serve about 8,200 students from Centerville-Washington Township in preschool through 12th grade.
  • 54.3 percent of students achieved at Accelerated, Advanced or Advanced Plus level on state tests, an increase over the previous year
  • 1,150 Advanced Placement (AP) exams were administered in 20 subject areas, with CHS students scoring an average of 3.47 (national average was 2.87)
  • Sinclair and University of Dayton partnerships assure our students are prepared for success after graduation
  • Award-winning groups and individuals in athletics, band, orchestra, chorus and visual arts
  • More than 3,400 college credits were earned by CHS students through Career Education programs and College Credit Plus
  • Primary Village North and Stingley Elementary are National Schools of Character
  • 9,756 service hours logged by 414 parent and community members in Academic Volunteer Program
  • Third lowest tax rate among school districts in Montgomery County
  • 12 percent of students identified as having special needs
  • 30 languages spoken by English Language Learners