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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.

Quality Profile Highlights

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Centerville Schools were rated A+ by Niche.com lifestyle website, which connects people to their future schools, neighborhoods and workplaces. Centerville High School was ranked #2 in the area, our 3 middle schools were in the top 10, and our 6 elementary schools were in the region’s top 20.

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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 8% of public high schools in Ohio and the top 12% in the nation.

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Since CHS partnered with Equal Opportunity Schools to ensure equitable access to academically intense high school programs, it expanded to 22 AP course offerings, and participation in AP classes increased by more than 30%.

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2,769 college credits were earned through College Credit Plus or Career Education courses.

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French, German and Spanish are offered beginning in sixth grade, and 3,126 middle and high school students enrolled in world language classes.

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77% of teachers hold at least a master’s degree. The district employs 613 certificated staff members and 475 support staff.

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13% of students were identified as having special needs. 80 intervention specialists and more than 120 paraprofessionals assisted these students in grades PreK-12.

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The district received a $65,000 Diversifying the Education Profession Grant to offer professional development for staff around diversity, equity and inclusion topics and to expand a mentor program for teaching candidates.

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An AmeriCorps/VISTA volunteer joined the district to consider how we can improve educational opportunities for students living in poverty.

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Girls cross country and boys basketball teams both won state championships. Girls golf team placed third, boys bowling placed sixth, girls soccer team was a state semifinalist, and the Elks had 22 individual state qualifiers in other sports.

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After reimagining how to make theatre happen, both in a traditional classroom and online, CHS Theatre presented a live-stream of the fall play Dracula and produced its first-ever movie musical, The Theory of Relativity.

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607,899 free meals were provided to students from March 2020 through June 2021.

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2,100 more Chromebooks were added to our inventory, allowing us to assign a device to every student in grades K-12 when the 2020-21 school year began.

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Centerville Schools' General Fund revenue includes (A) 77% from local property taxes, (B) 13% from state aid, (C) 8% from rollback/Homestead Exemptions, and (D) 2% from other revenue.

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Centerville Schools’ effective tax rate ranks in the middle for Montgomery County school districts (8th out of 16 districts).

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The Treasurer’s Office received a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting in Fiscal Year 2020 from the Government Finance Officers Association.